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Posts Tagged "solidarity"

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Ignorance and Humility

BY ROBERT GUARD, Occupied Tucson Citizen There is a humility that is missing from our political discourse. Consider the reality of our fundamental ignorance. We fit a more or less incomplete sequence of past events […]

Feb, 22

The Homeless are Green

BY KEN LEE, Occupied Tucson Citizen They mostly ride bikes, take the bus, or walk where they go.  They wear discarded clothing, eat discarded food, in a pinch they smoke discarded tobacco.  Their carbon footprint […]

Feb, 15

$15 minimum wage wins in SeaTac

BY ANN MONTAGUE Workers won a big victory this month in the little Washington town of SeaTac with the success of passing Referendum 1 and its signature issue to raise the minimum wage to $15 […]

Dec, 13

PRISM Whistleblower — Edward Snowden in his own words

GLENN GREENWALD interviews EDWARD SNOWDEN, Freedom of the Press Foundation The source behind the NSA leak talks about his motives in exposing global surveillance and data-mining programs. ** For further perspective, be sure to check […]

Jun, 27

Environmental Justice and the Psychology of Occupy (edit)

BY DAVE EWOLDT, Occupied Tucson Citizen This is an edit as it appeared in print, the full version of the article is available here—Ed Even with the growth of ecological awareness people still need persuading. […]

Apr, 19

Idle No More and the Church

By Steve Heinrichs, Mennonite Church Canada Winnipeg, Man. It started with a few women in Saskatchewan. Now, it has spread across Canada and the U.S, all the way to France, New Zealand and Palestine. Idle No More […]

Mar, 29

The Beginning of the American Fall (excerpt)

BY STEPHANIE MCMILLAN, an excerpt from the graphic novel The Beginning of the American Fall click for larger image

Mar, 05

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