Dedicated to the holy in nature. The life in the seed. The beauty that feeds the world.
This statement is SO important from understanding something deeper about the world and humans: By sequencing and analyzing 15 ancient genomes found throughout the Americas—six of which were older than 10,000 years—these researchers determined that, around 8,000 years ago, the ancestors of Native Americans were […]
By Rachel Brown Photographs by Aron Klein “If you ever saw [the kukeri], they’re just too amazing,” says Gerald Creed, an anthropology professor at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY. “They monopolize the senses. You can’t look away.” The ritual is a public one, profoundly ancient, full of […]
It started as an idea in the heart of Winnipeg. But this spring, “Resilience” will be on billboards from coast to coast to coast. Curator Lee-Ann Martin tells us how. View More