Roz Omid

People In Iran Will Decide مردم تصمیم می گیرند

Fifteen years ago, in 2003, I wrote an article which was posted on an Iranian site here in the United States. That was the year I begun to explore getting published on the Internet and that site would put up… Continue Reading →

Oprah for VP or President?

The best strategy for Oprah to become the U.S. President and more importantly for her agenda to win might just be that she’d encourage Senator Kamala Harris, or someone like her, to run for president and for Oprah to be… Continue Reading →


The first article I wrote about autism was in late 2013 and had this title; Autism is Soul’s Diffidence of Hierarchy. Even though I still see some validity in this thesis I no long fully subscribe to it. Yet autism… Continue Reading →

On Iran Protests

From the recent protests and unrest across Iranian cities, to hippocratic tweets of his bulliness, the President of the United States, to remarks of Senator McCain and President Rouhani, and to injustice, or on the other hand happiness and prosperity… Continue Reading →

Greed: Was it Created by Humans or Was it Already Here as Consciousness?

What if the very ingredients that helped create the systems of command and obedience, as in patriotically model or hierarchical models in general, were not only in human consciousness from very early on in our evolution but they existed long before… Continue Reading →

“The Wordless is Everything”

To solve the global social and ecological crises we can not rely only on liberating technologies such as bicycle, solar panels, etc, on social innovations such as micro lending, joy in the workplace, etc, nor on the combination of them…. Continue Reading →

Spiritual Sensibility within Social Ecology

Social Ecology and Spiritual Ecology have common goals: Finding and solving the root causes of our environmental problem. However there have been a rift between them and for the past twenty-five years I have been curious as to why. What… Continue Reading →

United Communities of America

Everyone knows which State they were born at and which State they live in but ask people which community they belong to and most people will have a hard time coming up with an answer. They might say that a… Continue Reading →

Are You Looking for One Word to Say She or He or Write she/he?

If you are looking for one word to replace he or she here it is, uou. It’s not a new word. It’s been around for centuries and it’s been even used to refer not only to a person in either… Continue Reading →

As White Supremacy Goes Down Will it Also Take Humanity Down?

  Have you ever heard of black supremacy, brown supremacy or red supremacy? How about white supremacy? Yes we have all heard of the later. Supremacy of one race over another was there before white supremacy reached it’s peak in… Continue Reading →

“Make America Native Again” – My Take

When I hear Make America Native Again I think about governing systems here in North America before the arrival of the Europeans. I’m not a Native American studies expert but as far I know here on the west coast of… Continue Reading →

The Reason Bernie Sanders Didn’t Get the Black Vote in 2016

June 12, 2016 Roz Omid   Maybe Bernie Sanders thinks that the poor or middle class black folks in the south who didn’t vote for him in the primary weren’t educated enough about what he stood for. On the contrary… Continue Reading →

What’s so Hard about Being a U.S. Senator?

June 30, 2016 Roz Omid What’s so hard about being a U.S. Senator? A bill comes to the senate floor, professionals staffers help the senator figure out if the bill is good, and finally they vote. That is, if he… Continue Reading →

​​​Happy Anniversary Occupy Wall Street

by Roz Omid 21 September 2012 First time I saw your face I was on my way out of a subway station in Tehran last fall. It was a large photo of you with your hands forced behind you in… Continue Reading →

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