Goldman Environmental Prize-winning activist and fourth-generation fisherman Diane Wilson cites jailing and mistreatment of those seeking justice for the devastation of coastal fisheries in launching the solidarity Global Hunger Strike.
A more accurate title for the book would have been “This Is Why I Think You Should Blow Up a Pipeline,” but it wouldn’t have sold nearly as many copies.
What better way to reclaim the radical roots of Earth Day than by simultaneously making the world a more beautiful place?
Atlanta activists are calling for an independent investigation and solidarity, after police killed an Indigenous land defender in a heavily-armed raid. Zane McNeill | Waging Nonviolence At least 19 Defend the Atlanta Forest and Stop Cop City activists occupying Weelaunee People’s Park in Atlanta, Georgia were arrested during a police […]
Author Madeline Ostrander avoids contrived conclusions in her examination of several U.S. communities organizing within our dangerously destabilized climate. That means no final victories—and no ultimate defeats—in this continuing project, reviewer Osha Gray Davidson writes.
Reproductive rights. Climate meltdown. Attacks on trans youth. Considering what’s at stake, it’s OK to skip some rungs on the usual ‘ladder of engagement,’ Akin Olla writes. Akin Olla Between the lack of action around police brutality, the threats to Roe v. Wade, increasing mass shootings, and the ever looming […]
Rather than argue over how differently some of us are supporting people based on where they come from, we should argue over the strategies needed to move from “Ukrainian refugees welcome” to “all refugees welcome” and “freedom of movement.”
It turns out that doomsday-ism isn’t a winning strategy. These lessons from four climate influencers point to a better way.