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The environment plays a leading role in shaping a society’s culture, political organization, and formal and informal social sanctions. It represents the identities of those whom inhabit an area; and … Continue reading
Redesigning the Current Economic System: Principles to Embody to Personify a Democratic Economic System
Globalization Globalization affects everyone. Western societies seem to benefit from the impacts of globalization; while, indigenous and Native individuals lifestyles, communities, and cultural traditions are threatened. I feel as if … Continue reading
Many Arctic communities have oral histories that have helped Native and indigenous individuals to identify with their environment. In several of the stores in Do Glaciers Listen, by Julie Cruikshank, … Continue reading
Indigenous and Native individuals have a specific and vital “traditional ecological knowledge” (TEK) that may hold solutions for sustainability of the environment and for the human race. By incorporating TEK … Continue reading