With films like Pocahontas, Apocalypto, Peter Pan and The Green Inferno, it’s safe to say that Hollywood has a deplorable track record when it comes to its portrayal of Indigenous Peoples. Perhaps it’s to be expected given that films tend to be produced through a Eurocentric lens. Even when production companies try to get it […]
The three legs supporting IC intentional communication and journalism are Intelligence Information Ideas. Intelligence from grassroots groups and advocacy organizations, combined with ideas from research and education think tanks, makes it possible for authentic journalists to make information comprehensible. Storytelling for Survival is a journalistic tool deployed by IC Magazine to connect indigenous communities worldwide […]
Storytelling in the Fourth World is a vital part of transmitting identity and creating community essential to maintaining resilient holistic cultures. Intercultural communications serve as diplomatic tools, while intracultural communications maintain group cohesion. Cooperation and adaptation depend on effective and pervasive communications, responsive to new threats, challenges and opportunities. In today’s world — in addition […]
As Stan Goff wrote in his 1 February 2007 essay on strategy, tactics and intelligence, Intelligence is information analyzed for its value to develop plans for action. Most of it, even in the world of government intelligence, doesn’t come from breaking codes or running agents — contrary to the media myths — but from information […]
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