Category Social Change
The uprising includes trade unions and student, feminist, and environmentalist groups. They are calling for a reversal of neoliberal capitalism and a new government.
How to Displace the Great Replacement It Really Does Boil Down to Us Versus Them Posted by John Feffer Tom Dispatch October 20, 2019. Here’s a simple, if grim, reality: we are living in an ever more extreme world, as the residents of significant parts of California undoubtedly realized recently when the electricity went off amid ever increasing […]
This week on On Contact with Chris Hedges, Dr. Margaret Flowers and attorney Kevin Zeese speak about social transformation and building a culture of resistance. By Chris Hedges RT October 13, 2019 | RESISTANCE REPORT Chris Hedges and Margaret Flowers at the Bank of America protest in New York City, April 2011. By Kelly Locker. They […]
“It is our sacred duty to rebel in order to protect our homes, our future, and the future of all life on Earth,” Extinction Rebellion writes.
Campaign Nonviolence: Working for a new culture of nonviolence free from war, racism, poverty and environmental destruction, by John Dear
We can change the world if we organize in grassroots movements of resistance and social transformation.
You’ve Got to See These Inspiring Photos to Understand the Scale of Today’s Global Climate Strikes, Mother Jones
We Are All Connected!
True anyhow no matter how many
Liars use those words.
…the walls that separate those who are hungry for an egalitarian world are thinner than they imagine.
We’ve studied every mass shooting since 1966 and found similarities that can help prevent future attacks.
Alternative economy with community health and wealth building
The Antiwar Movement No One Can See: Will It Put a Crimp in the War on Terror? By Allegra Harpootlian
What if there’s an antiwar movement growing right under our noses and we just haven’t noticed?
Articles about divestment from fossil fuel companies and from weapons manufacturers.
The Nordics [are] in the top tier of nations for equality because they adopted a radically different economic model…
My mother feels very useful in jail — generous, empathetic and calm in a place that encourages none of those qualities.
A Community Control Over Police Surveillance (CCOPS) law in St. Louis would shift control over the use of surveillance technologies from law enforcement to the people and their elected representatives.
The consensus in the comments was Nina Turner for president, or at least a Bernie/Turner ticket. In the Real News video that follows commentator Taya Graham noted that the mainstream corporate media focused on dissent instead of the issues. A major theme of the march was Unity, as Nina Turner emphasizes.
The left, like most critics of Trump, personalizes our decay. It focuses myopically on Trump, who is the symptom, not the disease.
Some inspiring music for the weekend.
This important discussion necessary for all of us to hear around attempts to privatize the VA, opposed by most Veterans groups, describes the work of the VA not only for Veterans but the everyday things we use developed in their research area, among other work by the VA. The VA gets a bad name–yet Suzanne Gordon advocates that the VA is the best model for an effective National Health Care system. The attempts to discount the work of the VA and privatize it are nothing more than more capitalistic greed–more capitalism on steroids.
The myths around NATO 1. NATO is here to protect us. 2. NATO protects small countries. 3. NATO protection is necessary for US defense. The Conference Primary conference themes were US world domination, colonialism and militarism; the need for unity in what is global strife and an international struggle; the need for networking, both at […]