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Run, Forrest Run


Here; remember the scene in the movie 'Forrest Gump,' when Forrest and his girlfriend Jenny Curran were walking home from school and a Jeep load of young white thugs came after Forrest. To communicate to the theater audience the danger Forrest was in, the film director had the camera focused on the Confederate flag license plate in the front of the Jeep. The Jeep was moving fast, but Forrest was moving faster and Jenny was screaming “Run, Forrest Run.” Read More »

Indigenous Wisdom for a Conflicted Age

Reflections on Flag Day in Bolivia, globalization, and timeless ancestral wisdom about how to live in harmony. Read More »

An Interview with Musician/Storyteller Michael Heralda of the “Aztec Stories” Project

Ancestral wisdom for a modern world. Read More »

Book Review: Crack Between the Worlds by Carmen Stenholm

The lives of four generations, starting from 1871, against a global historical tapestry. Read More »

Interview with Linda Weaver Clarke, author of Elena, Woman of Courage

"It’s important to teach our children their heritage," states Clarke. Read More »