“All It Took was a Pandemic” – #CoronaThoughts

Like millions, even billions of people during these Corona Pandemie (as they call it in Germany), life has been challenging. When you’re already struggling then something like this hits? Well, you bunker down, you do what you’ve been doing for years anyway. Making the best of it, doing the best you can. We’ve had to […]

Ring Side Seats: The Alabama April Tornadoes

Originally posted on Red Haircrow:
The city was dark and silent beyond anything it had known in recent history. Even the stars seemed concerned, reluctant to show until early morning hours. With distressing finality, a hum and muffled thump, all electricity had ceased. A gloomy, ominous sky had brooded between gouts of blinding rain, lightening,…

“When I Think About #America” – A Personal & Societal Perspective on #Politics #History #Racism from a #BIPOC

FULL ARTICLE AT MEDIUM: “When I think about America, I think of the multi-millions of Indigenous peoples who were killed, who were raped, who had their children ripped from their arms or who died from diseases deliberately introduced. I think of the African peoples torn from their lands, their cultures, their professions and histories, drowning […]

#FEAR is 2020’s “Fire” – You’ve been Duped! aka Western society’s manipulation of Fear as Justification for Intolerance

A recent social media post by Johnnie Jae, one of the outstanding Native protagonists in our documentary, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way”really hit the “nail on the head” of what major, life threatening issues we see in western society that are centered on rising racism, xenophobia and intolerance of all kinds. Johnnie works […]