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The white issue | Exploring the story of race

Those of us who are white seldom think about ourselves in terms of race; that’s for people of color. Yes, we know which box to check on demographic forms, but we tend to think of white as the “default setting,” the “normal” human, the race that sets the standards of beauty, morality, and behavior—albeit not explicitly. “Being over-exposed to white people and under-exposed to everyone else,” it’s just what we’ve […]

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March 2017 The Earth speaks | Reclaiming indigenous wisdom

Indigenous people in traditional cultures maintain a personal relationship with the Earth, along with the animals, elements, rocks and trees, fire and sky, water and wind—as the Lakota Sioux say, “All our relations.” They tend to these relationships—honoring them not just with prayers, but with the other half of communication: listening. Thus, they know that the Earth speaks—lovingly, like a mother to her children. And though they feel the Earth reeling […]

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The quantum issue

      This issue of The MOON explores advances at the intersection of science and spirituality, which  quantum physics is now beginning to explain in layman’s terms. Our interview is with Lee Carroll, known around the world as the channeler of a multidimensional being called “Kryon.” For 27 years, Kryon has been trying to tell us–through the person of Lee Carroll–about the quantum nature of the universe; that consciousness […]

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Dowell Myers | How immigration is saving our economy

IN MY STUDY of demographic trends over the last thirty-five years, most recently as director of the Population Dynamics Resource Group at the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California, I’ve been struck repeatedly by the fact that the narrative surrounding the issue of immigration—particularly Mexican immigration—has stayed essentially the same, while the demographic facts have changed dramatically. In short, those who fear Mexican immigration […]

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