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Democracy Now! Decolonization or Extinction: Indigenous Red Deal Lays Out Plan to Save the Earth, Parts 1 and 2
The book offers a “people’s program to prevent extinction,” says Melanie Yazzie, assistant professor of Native American studies and American studies at the University of New Mexico and co-author of “The Red Deal.” “The plan is really clear. The stakes are really clear,” Yazzie says.
The Sierra Club deserves credit for coming around to a progressive stance on population, immigration, and minorities.
Resistance grounded in action is its own raison d’être. It is catharsis. It brings us into a community with others who are coping with the darkness by naming it but refusing to submit to it.
The Paris talks signalled an important change in the climate movement as thousands of activists gathered from all over the world to organise global action.
Whereas most industries have seen some technological advancement, the image of the garment sweatshop has seen little modification since its inception over a century ago.