Ocean Malandra is a widely published travel, food, and environmental journalist that divides his time between Northern California and South America.
UMIYAC is an alliance comprised of spiritual leaders from five different Amazonian ethnic groups deemed to be in danger of extinction.
“This is the model,” Derrick Soo told me one cold but sunny, fresh-after-the storm February morning. We were standing in front of the 77th Avenue Rangers homeless encampment in East Oakland, California.
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Chor Boogie (@chorboogie on Instagram) is an internationally recognized and widely awarded aerosol artist whose work has appeared everywhere from the 2008 Olympics in Beijing to the Berlin Wall in Germany, the Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles to the Smithsonian
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Experts call solitary confinement a form of torture, but according to some who have experienced it, prisons use the punishment frequently, even for minor issues such as marijuana use.
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The Eternal Law:
Ancient Greek Philosophy, Modern Physics and Ultimate Reality
John Spencer. Param Media (www.parammedia.com), 2012. PP. 344. $34.95. Paper $24.95