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People We Love: David Feld
by Fabien Tepperposted Feb 07, 2013
- Designing nonviolent ways for humans and animals to live in harmony—in the city.
From the Culture of Aloha, a Path Out of Gun Violence
by Poka Laenuiposted Feb 07, 2013
- Beneath mainstream culture runs a current of domination, individualism, and exclusion that is harming our children. We assume this is normal—but is it really?
Why Canada’s Indigenous Uprising Is About All of Us
by Sarah van Gelderposted Feb 07, 2013
- When a new law paved the way for tar sands pipelines and other fossil fuel development on native lands, four women swore to be “idle no more.” The idea took off.
People We Love: Asa Needle
by Laura Beansposted Feb 07, 2013
- Leading teenagers in the clean-up of their hometown, Worcester, Mass.
People We Love: Leia Lewis Henderson
by Laura Beansposted Feb 07, 2013
- Nurturing African-American culture through gardening.
Only the People of the United States Can End Israel’s Occupation
by Stephen Zunesposted Feb 06, 2013
- Many progressives breathed a sigh of relief when last month’s Israeli elections set the stage for a centrist coalition and not a far-right one. Yet peace will remain out of reach until the American people pressure the Obama Administration to end Israeli impunity.
Pathway to Progress in Israel Runs through International Law, Local and Global Action
by Phyllis Bennisposted Feb 06, 2013
- While Israel moved away from the far right in last month’s elections, the new coalition is unlikely to alter the occupation. But change may come from divestment campaigns, the new U.N recognition of Palestinian statehood, and in the Israeli and Palestinian campaigns of nonviolent resistance.
Rosa Parks, Champion for Human Rights
by Grace Lee Boggs, Alice B. Jenningsposted Feb 04, 2013
- On Rosa Parks’ 100th birthday, she’s broadly celebrated and even has a stamp bearing her image. But her radical life story is too often left untold.
What’s Cheaper than Solar, Slashes Carbon Emissions, and Creates Jobs in Kentucky?
by Erin L. McCoyposted Feb 04, 2013
- Having an energy-efficient home saves the owners money, but they often procrastinate on improvements. When energy companies in Kansas and Kentucky figured out a way to sweeten the deal, the results brought good news for homeowners, contractors, and for the planet.
Backyard Permaculture: A 12-Step Program
by Doug Pibelposted Feb 04, 2013
- Author Peter Bane grew more than 150 species on less than 2,000 square feet. Here are 12 tips to get you there.
Radical Investing: 4 Ways to Live on a Tight Budget
by Shannon Hayesposted Feb 02, 2013
- "We have a lovely home, we eat well, we have lots of fun, we’re warm, and we don’t worry about how we’ll keep the lights on." Shannon Hayes on how she has managed to live a fulfilled and happy life without going broke.
Shooting Stars and Living Spirit
by Roberto Vargasposted Feb 01, 2013
4 Lessons for Growing a Family Farm Across Generations
by Shannon Hayesposted Feb 01, 2013
- Breaking our families into nuclear units has an ecological and emotional cost. Could the multigenerational farm remind us where to turn for a viable future?
Curriculum & Resources: World Savvy
posted Feb 01, 2013
- World Savvy prepares the next generation to learn, work, and thrive as responsible and engaged global citizens. It provides curriculum and other classroom-ready resources, professional development, and an educator network to boost student global competency.
How Does Nature Do That?
by Margo Farnsworthposted Feb 01, 2013
- Former park ranger-turned-professor Margo Farnsworth believes that biomimicry is one of the most important new tools for sustainability. It gets her students outside and unleashes their scientific and entrepreneurial minds.