Voting Rights Victories Piling Up By Jaime Alfaro / 08.11.2016 On November 4, 2014, seven Native Americans living on the Turtle Mountain reservation in North Dakota went to cast their ballots for the general election. All were turned away. They were U.S. citizens, longtime county residents, and had voted in North Dakota before. So what was the holdup? For[…]

Hope or Fear

By Cameron Elliott / 08.15.2016 The Power of Hope in Troubled Times We are living through the most intense period of change the human race has ever faced. Everything is up for renegotiation. Employment, religion, politics, marriage, housing, business, national borders, values, cultural norms — nothing will be spared. It is both exhilarating and terrifying. Exhilarating because[…]