Glenn Aparicio Parry

Glenn Aparicio Parry, PhD, is the author of "Original Politics: Making America Sacred Again" (SelectBooks, 2020) and the Nautilus award-winning "Original Thinking: A Radical Revisioning of Time, Humanity, and Nature" (North Atlantic Books, 2015). Parry is an educator, ecopsychologist, and political philosopher whose passion is to reform thinking and society into a coherent, cohesive, whole. The founder and past president of the SEED Institute, Parry is currently the director of a grass-roots think tank, the Circle for Original Thinking

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In Honor of RBG ~ Podcast

Glenn Aparicio Parry offers his personal reflections on RBG in the context of American history and what he sees as America’s sacred purpose: unity in diversity, a purpose yet to be realized.

Oral Tradition and Climate Change ~ Podcast

The oral tradition has been recording changes to the climate for millennia. Join us as we explore the continuing relevance of storytelling today.

True Storytelling and the Legacy of Law and Order ~ Podcast

Structural racism affects everyone, and prevents America from achieving its sacred purpose: unity in diversity - E Pluribus Unum, “Out of the many, one”.

Native American Leadership and the Art of Collaboration ~ Podcast

Native American ways of leadership are not only effective for Indian causes, but can be effectively utilized in modern mainstream politics.

Black Lives Matter: America Faces the Music of Diversity ~ Podcast

A significant part of our history has been repressed or marginalized as a way of protecting white male privilege, a history we are only beginning to face. Revealing this American shadow has been an opportunity to see America as it really is—and maybe to change.

Native American Influence on the Founding Mothers ~ Podcast

Native Americans not only influenced the founding fathers, they also inspired the ‘founding mothers’: 19th century women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and Matilda Gage.

Native American Contribution to the Founding Values of the Nation ~ Podcast, Part Two

To recreate a whole and sacred America, it is important to acknowledge the profound effect Native America had on the founding values of this nation.

Native American Contribution to the Founding Values of the Nation ~ Podcast

To recreate a whole and sacred America, it is important to piece together the forgotten fragments of history that are currently keeping the country divided. The most significant forgotten piece is the profound effect Native America had on the founding values of this nation.

COVID 19: The Big Ecological Picture ~ Podcast

The problem with modern politics is that it excludes nature in its planning. Then, nature imposes her will - as she is doing now with the COVID-19 outbreak. What does the virus mean not just in terms of the survival of the human species, but for all of nature?

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