About Mill U

Conquered or colonized, dispersed or defeated, our world is chock full of people frustrated in their attempts at building strong, healthy, harmonious communities. At Mill U — a Public Good learning center — we aim to share both stories of success and lessons of failure by our friends, colleagues, and compatriots. With luck, over time we will help to, as author Epes Brown phrased it, “establish a true and open dialogue through which each [society] may ultimately regain and reaffirm the sacred dimensions of their own respective traditions.”

Mill U is administered by Jay Taber. In addition to contributing a regular column at Intercontinental Cry, he writes as a correspondent to Fourth World Eye, a publication of the Center for World Indigenous Studies. You can listen to Jay speak about the Fourth World and the Fourth Estate here. He can be reached at tbarj@yahoo.com

[ The header photo is from Barcelona 1936. The women are being instructed in the use of rifles as part of the defense against Franco’s imminent invasion.  ]


2 Responses to “About Mill U”

  1. Hi Im really new to blogging and have been looking around at a few ! yours is the first that has made me want to read more and i didnt even know i was interested!!

    i will return!

  2. We’re always open.

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