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Ofrenda de mi Perra (Altar for my Dog) – Detroit Institute of Arts

Rescue pup Morgaine died during a routine surgery that appears to have been both negligent and covered up.  In pursuing justice for her, we’ve learned that animals are considered property, and their human companions have no legal protection.  This Ofrenda … Continue reading

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EcoJustice & Activism – Eastern Michigan University

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Red Tent Movie: Things We Don’t Talk About

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Gestalt-Collage: A projective self-inquiry intervention.

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Sweet Darkness by David Whyte

When your eyes are tired the world is tired also. When your vision has gone no part of the world can find you. Time to go into the dark where the night has eyes to recognize its own. There you … Continue reading

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Let us give thanks for living through another December!

  The changing of the calendar year does not inspire me to celebrate. My “new year” comes at the end of autumn, as the trees—at the height of their high def beauty—drop their leaves and turn inward, surrendering to the … Continue reading

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Of Goddesses and Fools

Kindly published in About Place Journal, Vol II, Issue II The time has come, the walrus said, To talk of many things. Of shoes, of ships, of sealing wax, Of cabbages and kings. And – why the sea is boiling … Continue reading

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Goddess Bless Celebration

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Betz & Paisley’s Fundraising Video for the MHS Mega March

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A Bealteinne Tale

This is a piece published years and years ago in a little Pagan magazine that has since gone out of business.  It is about the Sabbat called Bealteinee (May Day, or May 1st), traditionally a fertility holiday intended to bless … Continue reading

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