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PaganNewsBeagle Fiery Tuesday August 19
There's lots to be fired up about today! In an environment awash with activist news, today we are concentrating on some of the stories we've come across that *aren't* being covered by Big Media: an African witch who saved Tutsis during the Rwandan genocide, Pagan civil rights activists speak out, Indigenous People's Day, and a trip with the Icelandic Pirate Party. Enjoy your day!
This story of a courageous African healer who used her Craft (and a good deal of guile) to save others from the rampaging mobs during the Rwandan genocide is an inspiration.
The woman who started the campaign to remove the 10 Commandments monument at City Hall in Bloomfield, New Mexico speaks about her faith, life, and the place of religion in the public square.
This article by Rua Lupa at Patheos was in honor of Indigenous People's Day (August 9) but remains a potent discussion of the many issues facing indigenous communities worldwide, and how everyone can help.
Pagan activists must protest injustice -- but do so explicitly as Pagans -- argues the author of this essay from the front lines of the "Moral Majority" protests in North Carolina.
A reporter from the New Statesman takes an activist road trip with members of the Pirate Party in Iceland. Seems that the revolution there is ... complicated.
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