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Now It’s All of Us

What has just begun at the Inauguration of Donald Trump is the class war to end all class wars. Lately I’ve been thinking that this election is indeed a class war, … Continue reading

2017/01/20 · 2 Comments

BLM and Native American Latino Muslim LGBT and Gender Liberation

Trump’s election means more police brutality towards black people Patrisse Cullors originally published https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/nov/11/trump-election-black-lives-matter-police-brutality  ‘Under Donald Trump, black lives will become even more vulnerable to state violence.’ Black Lives Matter … Continue reading

2016/11/11 · Leave a comment

DN: Activists Shut Down Five Pipelines Carrying Tar Sands Oil Into U.S.

Breaking: Activists Reportedly Shut Down Five Pipelines Carrying Tar Sands Oil Into U.S. Originally posted at democracynow.org This is viewer supported news Climate activists are claiming they have shut down all … Continue reading

2016/10/11 · Leave a comment

BLM: A Movement of Movements

 This interview with Alicia Garza on the evolution of the Black Lives Matter movement shows that it is not a single movement, but a diverse coalition of more than 50 … Continue reading

2016/10/07 · Leave a comment

Towards Decolonization and Settler Responsibility

Reflections on a Decade of Indigenous Solidarity Organizing  By Liza Minno Bloom & Berkley Carnine, CounterPunch Editor: this article is an excellent primer on how to dismantle the ‘white settler mindset’ in order … Continue reading

2016/10/05 · 2 Comments

The growing indigenous spiritual movement that could save the planet

North Dakota is just the beginning. Jack Jenkins Senior Religion Reporter at ThinkProgress. Demonstrators in Canon Ball protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. CREDIT: Flickr/Joe Brusky When Pua Case landed in North Dakota to … Continue reading

2016/10/03 · Leave a comment

The Water Crisis: When the Well Runs Dry

Editor: I’m posting this article because I came close to personally experiencing the drought  and scarcity of water while living in Nova Scotia. Yarmouth and the southern-most county in the Province went … Continue reading

2016/09/30 · Leave a comment

Whatever Happens, We’re Already Winning

Talking Paris COP 21: Whatever happens, we’re already winning I know that we are already successful because the transition we seek is well underway and gaining momentum. The status quo … Continue reading

2015/12/11 · Leave a comment

John Trudell, AIM Activist, Remembered

John Trudell, a poet, musician and longtime activist for Native American rights has died in California at the age of 69. Trudell’s father was Santee Sioux, and Trudell grew up … Continue reading

2015/12/09 · Leave a comment

Sitting for Climate Justice in Halifax November 28

2015/10/08 · Leave a comment

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