Speaking before the explosion of smartphones, Deloria predicts an age where humans can no longer separate themselves from their machines. “I don’t think people are built for that psychologically,” he says. “I think it’s gonna blow.”
Oren Lyons retells the classic story “The Wizard of Oz”, from an enlightening (and very different) Native America perspective.
Onondaga Chief Oren Lyons comments on the missed opportunity in American history to base the nation on responsibilities rather than individual rights — in this collection of film interview outtakes from “Standing on Sacred Ground.”
Onondaga Chief Oren Lyons reflects on the costs of capitalism, greed and a win-lose business model that has led us to the brink of ecological — and spiritual — collapse.
An interview conducted in May of 2008 at the Green Gulch Zen Center in Muir Beach, California. Satish Kumar, editor of Resurgence Magazine, explains to us the real cause of global warming and what we need to do to truly change the course of our society.
Author Satish Kumar reflects on the historical roots of western culture’s extreme materialism and how the resulting disconnection from nature has evolved into our environmental crisis.
Author Barry Lopez shares wisdom about the power of a good story.
Author Barry Lopez offers insights into the ways indigenous knowledge can help lead us out of our environmental — and spiritual — crisis.
Ten years in the making, In the Light of Reverence explores American cultures relationship to nature in three places considered sacred by native peoples: the Colorado Plateau in the Southwest, Mt. Shasta in California, and Devils Tower in Wyoming.
Weatherman Draw in southcentral Montana is a valley that contains the largest collection of Native American rock art on the continent.