Our Blog | September 2011

Day 10 of the Occupy Wall Street Protests

by: Heather on 09/26/2011
Posted in: Activism

... but if you want to see coverage of this major event don't look to CNN or other major North American news media. You can read about it on overseas sites, such as the Guardian or Al Jazeera. You can also search online for Democracy Now's coverage, or spend some time on social media such as Facebook, where the story is spreading like wildfire …

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Find Yourself a Green Job Now!

by: EJ on 09/21/2011

Melissa Everett, author of Making a Living While Making a Difference: Conscious Careers in an Era of Interdependence knows what it takes to get a great green job.  In her recent article, posted September 21st on The Daily Green, she explains how Obama's job plan will provide opportunities for green job seekers. 

 

"For job seekers and communities …

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Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice - Revised and Expanded 3rd Edition Now Available

by: EJ on 09/16/2011
Posted in: Activism

Paul Kivel, author of Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Social Justice,  has been a social justice activist, a nationally and internationally recognized anti-racism educator and an innovative leader in violence prevention for over 40 years. He is an award-winning author and an accomplished trainer and speaker, and has conducted …

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Guest Post - Duncan Crary - James Howard Kunstler and Richard Heinberg Talk Peak Oil, Suburbia and The End of Growth

by: EJ on 09/14/2011
Posted in: Peak Oil

Duncan Crary is the author of the upcoming KunstlerCast:Conversations with James Howard Kunstler which will be released by New Society Publishers in October.

On the latest KunstlerCast podcast, authors Richard Heinberg and James Howard Kunstler engaged in a compelling conversation that moved from America's disastrous reliance on limitless economic …

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Vision -- Urban Roots: Detroit's Industrial Collapse Gives Birth to Flourishing City Gardening Movement

by: EJ on 09/07/2011
Posted in: Activism

New documentary highlights the incredible rise of urban gardening in one of the least expected places.

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