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The debate has to examine how environmental improvements to low-income communities lift up the economy, the safety, and the morale - not just locally, but regionally and nationally.
It has always been assumed that attendance at environmental conferences would always be 90 percent white and overwhelmingly affluent. Not this time.
Winning the right to decide if resource extraction should take place.
We have come here to mourn and rage and defy the Pentagon.
Summary:A detailed plan for powering the nation's economy with zero carbon dioxide emissions and no new nuclear power plants. Have your Representatives read it?
Summary:Our national assembly was terrific! Here are our action plans for the fall.
Summary:Shouting "Get back! Get back!" several court officers blocked the women's access to the area between counsel tables and the judge's bench.
Summary:I met the eyes of my arresting officers as I was carried away, singing with all of my force. One by one my friends joined me in the police van, and we continued to sing.
Summary:The Spaniards poured red paint over themselves and danced through the gate, unimpeded by the amused police.There has been a Tea Party, a Silent Disco, and even a "Banana Blockade."
Two protesters escaped from jail, got ice cream, then returned to custody. They were known as the "Häagen-Dazs Two."
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs