Memorial Day got us thinking – some of the biggest issues facing our country are forgotten once the cameras switch off. But our ADD news cycle only makes us more vulnerable to repeat disasters like, for example, the Flint Michigan Water Crisis. So let's revisit Flint – not only for the sake of water but for the sake of the bigger picture of how our system let this happen, even pushed for it to happen – in Flint and elsewhere.
Next up, access to fresh water is becoming more and more dire and Nestle – wants to make sure your thirst doesn't get in the way of its profits.
And finally, a memorial look at the TPP, the People’s Impact Report and what’s next.
But first – strike the Flint.
we're foregoing some right brain poetry for left brain science – GMOs and the science of nature vs. the science of genetically engineering it.
Next up, Grayson Earle illuminates messages of socio-political change using technology and finally,
technology used for evil, inside the prison industrial complex.
Break Free from fossil fuels, rebel against the fracking infrastructure, glean some inspiration from our European anti-corporate coup comrades and join the fight against lame ducks and their sneaky deals.
Finally, Raed Jarrar has lived our Middle East policy and is now working to change it.
But first, lunacy's loop: god and war.
A wall is a wall until it's – the sky? Ana Teresa Fernandez shows us how we might view things differently, simply through the application of color.
Next up, I'm not one to celebrate a corporatized holiday but this mother's day, leave the chocolates behind and stand up for peace.
And finally, ever wonder where the idea for our militarized police came from? Trial, error and a determined piece of low life scum.
But first, poetry Can.