we're standing strong on the front lines – talking no new leases in new orleans, no new permits in Oregon, shutting down a drone air force base and playing whack-a-mole with Monsanto.
Then, from the front lines to the halls of international law, Polly Higgins lays out the parameters of ecocide law and how global change --- starts with a simple concept.
But first, a bit of spring inspired me to write this...
This week, spring is in the air and so is a renewed call for justice, peace and freedom. But before we get to the front lines, let's take a look at what it means to be an activist and what makes a social movement successful.
Next up, on the front lines – Code Pink wants you to stand up against the military industrial complex, and more precisely against the Saudi regime and the lobbying group, AIPAC.
And finally, we can't all live off-the-grid, but we can all make changes that loosen our strong ties to a consumerist, overly commodified lifestyle.
But first, I just gotta riff this right now.
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the Grand Canyon is so breathtaking and gorgeous that we just can't stand it any longer. Let's meet the 2 big plans to destroy this pristine beauty and what you can do about it.
Next up, Monsanto is poisoning people, that's nothing new. But after 4 decades. one measly clause in a house bill could wipe their legal slate clean.
And finally, Daniel Lee has occupied the streets, organized and appeared at rallies and actions for years. Now, he's taking that fight into a bid for political office.
But first, an ode to a stoic beauty.
This week, it’s our anniversary!!! -
And we’re celebrating with a look back and an inspiring look forwards. We’re raising a our firsts, our voices and indeed, a glass in the name of creative activism past and present, and the continued fight for freedom and justice.
Here’s to acting out - then and now.