Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement Pt. 3

Food sovereignty is a movement growing from the ground up, from farmers, ranchers, indigenous peoples and all people of Earth effected by the ever-growing problems of sustainability brought by hunger and poverty. Food sovereignty means, “people have enough food to meet their needs.” Do you have any final reflections before the episode airs? In my […]

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Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement Pt. 2

Food sovereignty is a movement growing from the ground up, from farmers, ranchers, indigenous peoples and all people of Earth effected by the ever-growing problems of sustainability brought by hunger and poverty. Food sovereignty means, “people have enough food to meet their needs.” What are some of the things you learned in the upcoming Farm […]

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Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement Pt. 1

Food sovereignty is a movement growing from the ground up, from farmers, ranchers, indigenous peoples and all people of Earth effected by the ever-growing problems of sustainability brought by hunger and poverty. Food sovereignty means, “people have enough food to meet their needs.” Interview: Can you tell me about what the Indigenous Food Sovereignty movement […]

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Mirrored Images

To begin, I want to give a loving, sincere shout out to all the parents (in every shape, age, and form) who work diligently to ensure the mental and emotional health of their children and the children around them. You are warriors against an established community-thought of how we are supposed to look, supposed to […]

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But Why Now?

I am not a victim of rape.   I am a survivor.   If you’re curious, there is a big difference between the two:  A difference in mentality, understanding, and attitude. It’s the difference between mourning and understanding…denial and acceptance…anger and forgiveness.   No. I am not a victim. I am a survivor.   I’ve […]

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Doppelgänger

Some days back my friend shared a photo with me.  I didn’t understand at first why she had done so until her sister sharply pointed out: That’s you! The photo in question was of my friend’s sister’s friend’s grandmother… you follow that? In 1940.     The gal in question is the total babe on […]

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Old Idioms

I have a confession to make: I judge books by their covers I can’t help it. Some art is just awful, while others are inspiring. At times, I have purchased books solely based on the cover art. Going in blind, so to speak, about the synopsis, the hook, the genre of the work. Very rarely am […]

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Wings of Mayhem

Up on my Kindle App is the newest novel by Murder Mystery author, Sue Coletta. I’m sneaking away on my lunch breaks and picking up where I left off the day before making sure I’m in well lit areas and only reading in the middle of the day.    Why you ask?   Because Coletta […]

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Edna Claypool

My great grandmother lived in Springfield, Oregon all my life and I had the pleasure of knowing her for the first ten years of my nearly thirty. When I look back on the times I spent at her house the memories are of blurred bodies moving in and out of bedrooms, indiscriminate laughter, and snippets […]

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Taking Back My Time

  It’s time to unplug the TV. Or, in this case, my computer. But not really because I need my computer to write and blog and market… so what I really mean is it is time to step away from Netflix and Hulu, from television programming, and do something with my life.   I’m here […]

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