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Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Placed In Charge of Women’s Issues

Get Ready For A 'People's Congress Of Resistance'

Good Thing People Saved Climate Research; It’s Being Removed

To March For Science, DC And Satellite Marches Across The Nation And The World

Sorry, Charter Boosters: Record Numbers Of Teachers At Chicago Charter Schools Are Organizing Unions

Taxpayers Spent 100s Millions More For Inferior Charter Schools

New Report Details Trouble With California’s Charter Schools

Under Activist Pressure, Portland Agrees To End All Corporate Investments

Tax Day Protests Highlight Refusal to Pay for War

Hundreds Of Thousands Of Workers Will Strike May 1

Workers Can Take Over Their Jobs And Become The Owners

Newsletter - One Month To Build Massive Actions

Protest Groups Uniting As 'The Majority' For Actions On May Day

Twitter Erupts With Trump Erasure Of LGBTQ People From Census

Federal Judge In Hawaii Extends Court Order Blocking Trump Travel Ban

#BuyTwitter Should Twitter Become A User Owned Coop

Nevada Becomes 36th State to Ratify the ERA

California Files Felony Charges Against Anti-Abortion Center for Medical Progress

Lawsuit Filed Against Trump’s Anti-Climate Executive Order

Clean Energy Employs More People Than Fossil Fuels In Nearly Every U.S. State

VW’s Environmental Settlement Includes 400 EV Fast Charging Stations

Making May Day A Day For Solidarity

Lessons From The Youth Movement Of The 1960s

Participatory Budgeting Is Gaining Momentum In US. How Does It Work?

Colorado Appeals Court Ruling Calls For State To Consider Halting Oil And Gas Permits

Kochs Bankroll Move To Rewrite The Constitution

Challenging The Death Penalty In The South

Ten Global Struggles For Public Water

Should Scientists Engage In Activism?

Fight For $15 And Movement For Black Lives Plan Nationwide Action

Youth Score Decisive Legal Victory Against Fracking

Green Groups Restart Fight Against Keystone XL Pipeline

Why The Resistance Must Do More Than Resist

Gandhi’s Strategy For Success — Use More Than One Strategy

May Day: Seattle Educators Moving Closer To Strike

Underwater Nation

Single Payer Congressional Progressive Caucus And The Cuban Revolution

Reinventing Law For The Commons

How We Can Turn Railroads Into A Climate Solution

Seeking An International Meeting Of Movements

The Power Of Ordinary People Facing Totalitarianism

This Day In 1871: Paris Commune Established

Trump’s Budget Slashes Funding For Public Schools While Giving 1.4 Billion For Privatization

The Resistance Must Be Digitized

Trump Wants To Privatize Air Traffic Control

Cuts to poverty programs are ‘as compassionate as you can get,’ Trump budget chief says

A Movement For ‘Sanctuary Campuses’ Takes Shape

New Doctors' Group Highlights Climate Change's Urgent Threat To Health Nationwide

Number Of Sanctuary Cities Nears 500

8 Lessons From Barcelona En Comú On How To Take Back Control

New Anti-Protesting Legislation: A Deeper Look

Native Nations Rise In March To White House

Medical Students Rally In Philly For Single-Payer Option

From Bad To Worse For Puerto Rico

Cities And States Prefer Public Banks To Wall Street

China Report On Human Rights Violations In US At Home And Abroad

Polite And Apolitical? Repression By Another Name

Re-Imagining Value: Care Economy, Commons, Cyberspace & Nature

Oklahoma Tribe Sues Oil Companies In Tribal Court Over Earthquake

On March 8: Massive Women’s Rally At Department Of Labor In DC

U.S. Airport Pat-Downs Are About To Get More Invasive

Medicine Hat Becomes First City In Canada To Eliminate Homelessness

Get To Know The BATS: Teachers Fighting Privatization

Lawsuit: Up To 60,000 In Forced Labor In US Private Prisons

Peasant Farmer Who Stood Up To President Of Nicaragua

Popular Assemblies Sweeping the US Are Building The Resistance

Workers, Civil Rights Leaders Join 'March on Mississippi' For Nissan Union

The Protesting Priest

Our Causes Are Connected, Our Movements Should Be Too

Political Strikes: What Can Workers Do To Protect Themselves?

Only One Way To Come To Grips With Climate Crisis

NAACP Calls For Boycott Of North Carolina

Republican Lawmakers Introduce Bills To Curb Protesting In At Least 18 States

Korean Women Take On Trump & History Of US Militarism

Trump’s Threat To Internet Freedom & Digital Media

Trump’s Proposed Increase In U.S. Defense Spending Is 80 Percent Of Russia’s Entire Military Budget

Here Are All The Favors Donald Trump Has Performed For Wall Street

Flurry Of State Bills Introduced, Likely Backed By Oil Industry, To Penalize Electric Car Drivers

Trump’s FCC Is Already Canceling Internet Services For Low-Income Customers

Newest Trump Executive Order Pushes His Anti-Regulatory Agenda Further

What It Takes To Change Hearts And Minds

Top 10 Reasons To Hate Capitalism

Newsletter: Privatization vs. The People

What Kind of Movement Moment Are We In?

How Immigrants Built The American Left—And Can Build It Again

Friendship In Defiance Of War

We Want To Welcome! Barcelona Demands Open Borders For Refugees

Building The Commons As An Antidote To Predatory Capitalism

Arizona Senate Votes To Seize Assets Of Those Who Plan, Participate In Protests That Turn Violent

Abortion Ship Detained By Guatemalan Government

Activists Hang ‘Refugees Welcome’ Banner From Statue Of Liberty

Postal Workers Defeat Staples Privatization Scheme

Hundreds Show Up To Oppose Fracking & INfrastructure In Delaware River Basin

Thousands Of Puerto Rican Students Mobilize Against Budget Cuts

75th Anniversary Of Imprisonment Of Japanese: Anti-Immigrants Long Roots

The Legacy of Malcolm X

James Baldwin And The Meaning Of Whiteness

Norway Steps In To Replace US & Ensure Funding For Global Abortions

The Making Of Sweden’s Climate Law – And That Photo

Spain Sets Massive Precedent — Charges Its Central Bankers In Court

Indigenous Women Of Standing Rock Issue Heartbreaking Plea For Help Ahead Of Evacuation

Rep. Marsha Blackburn Besieged By Boos At Tennessee Town Hall

Four Arrested In Pipeline Protest

Brown: Neighbors Joining Together To Block Trump Deportations

Hundreds Rally For Science At Demonstration Near AAAS Meeting

Actions To Stop The Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Two More Cities Commit To Clean Energy, Total Now 23 Cities

Planting Seed For Strikes In Trump Era, #Strike4Democracy Sweeps Nation

Military-Grade Spy Gear Is Flooding Into Local Police Departments

Marta Harnecker: Ideas For The Struggle

Tennessee Man Convicted Of Plot To Round Up Militia, Attack Muslim Community

Threats and Violence Against Abortion Providers Has Skyrocketed, According to FMF Survey

Boy Scouts Drops Ban on Admitting Transgender Boys

We Will Not Pay: The Americans Withholding Their Taxes To Fight Trump

Boycott’s Work, Make CEO’s Nervous

Fearing Assault From Trump Administration, Union Of Concerned Scientists Is Creating Way For Federal Scientists To Report Abuses

North Carolina County Sued For Discriminating Against Black Voters

Millenials Are Sick Of Capitalism

Movimiento Cosecha On The National “Day Without Immigrants

Rallies Demand Reluctant Reps Stop Hiding From Constituents

Major Victory For #FightFor$15 & Workers: Puzder To Withdraw

Lessons Of The Victorious Harvard Dining Hall Strike

Tennessee Bill Seeks To ‘Defend Natural Marriage Between One Man And One Woman’

Thousand Protest In Iowa Against Restrictions On Collective Bargaining



If the environment goes, does anything else really matter? Stand up for the Earth this month by doing what you can to offset the very real dangers (and costs) of climate change, water mismanagement and privatization, and dirty business in general.

Small Changes

Every Day Changes You Can Make To Live A Greener Life - theEnvironmentalBlog.org

6 Small Changes You Can Make to Live Greener

Left Open's Guide To A Greener Home

Left Open's Guide To Energy & Water Conservation




Some Big Changes To Consider

Overcoming Bike Commuting Concerns (infographics) - thirdmonk.net

So You Want To Go Off The Grid - HomePower.com

Vote Green








Elder Wisdom

The first day I ever was in Kinzu, I arrived in a wheel chair, with my triceps burnt in half and my right arm grown to my chest, so I couldn't use it at all. I had two pair of pants, one shirt, shoes too small and two sets of underwear. That day I only met two neighbors that day and was very upset that I had to come there instead of going home. The next morning i learned about the giveaway. Uncle Bob and Kathy (age 11) had to spend a hour bringing in clothes for me. the front porch was covered with clothing. When it was all sorted out I had sixteen pairs of pants, five pair of shoes, twenty seven shirts, eighteen sets of underwear, and six slings to keep my arm immobile. None of them were new, but all of them were clean, in bags or boxes and either fit me or I grew into in the next few months. this from a community of about 92 people at the time including children. Kathy who had volunteered to be my wheel chair person, received three sets of sneakers and two loose skirts plus a nurses uniform which fit in about six months. Grandmother received various herbs to treat me with, a bed for me to sleep in, enough sheets to take care of me for a week and enough food to feed a growing boy for a month. This is community is action, this is working together to solve problems. this is acting without being asked. If a small village can accomplish this what can we accomplish with a larger community?

Big Tree 7/26/2014


Listen To "Echoes Of Wounded Knee" concerning the current DAPL struggle here.