Making America Sacred AgainwithGlenn Aparicio Parry

Books Mentioned In This Interview

glenn aparicio parry original thinking: a radical revisioning of time, humanity, and nature shephard krech iii the ecological indian jared diamond collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed leroy little bear pathways to self-determination bikem ekberzade standing rock: greed, oil, and the lakota's struggle for justice herman daly ecological economics hazel henderson building a win-win world vandana shiva staying alive: women, ecology, and development james 'dea cultivating peace

Glenn Aparicio Parry, PhD, also given the name Kizhe Naabe (Ojibwe for Kind-Hearted Man), is author of Original Politics: Making American Sacred Again and also Original Thinking: A Radical ReVisioning of Time, Humanity, and Nature. His website is

Here he defines what a “sacred” America would be like based upon respect for nature and respect for each other. He addresses questions concerning the plight of native Americans and whether or not their ecological perspectives are being over-romanticized. Ultimately, he proposes that love can be built upon a foundation of respect and understanding.

(Recorded on June 12, 2020)

Published on August 19, 2020


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