This article analyzes the impact of agro-industrial policies on women and the key role that peasant women in the Global North and South play in the production and distribution of food. It analyzes how the dominant agricultural model can incorporate a feminist perspective and how the social movements that work towards food sovereignty can incorporate [...]
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A performance and discussion with revolutionary composer, saxophonist, writer and activist Fred Ho. Topic: Eco-Socialism, Revolutionary Luddism, Artistic Imagination and Fighting Cancer and Capitalism. Date: Sunday, March 11, 5-7 p.m. at 518 Valencia Street, San Francisco. At the same event, speaking will be Rhonda Ramiro, Secretary General of BAYAN-USA, an alliance of anti-imperialist Filipino Americans [...]
To see more clips from the upcoming documentary Endciv and to support the project click here. And FUCK NONVIOLENCE as static “principled” stance as a opposed to one of many tatics for liberation.
As participants from diverse social movements throughout North America responding to the ecological, economic and social crisis created by corporate-controlled industrial production and exploitation of land, water, soil, air, work and life; we honor the struggles and are inspired by the resiliency of the people of Detroit. Detroit has epitomized the inevitable boom and bust [...]
By Ewuare Osayande The following is the edited transcript of the keynote address given at The Climate Control Conference, February 21, 2004 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Since we are dealing with the question of environmentalism I thought it might be appropriate to introduce my sharing with you by quoting from the most celebrated scientist of [...]
Delegates to the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit held on October 24-27, 1991, in Washington DC, drafted and adopted 17 principles of Environmental Justice. Since then, The Principles have served as a defining document for the growing grassroots movement for environmental justice. PREAMBLE WE, THE PEOPLE OF COLOR, gathered together at this [...]
The Taala Hooghan Infoshop & Youth Media Arts Center is very excited to present our 2nd Annual Liberate Earth Day Event for an end to corporate greenwashing & “green” capitalism. An anti-capitalist/anti-colonial event for healthy and sustainable communities! Second Annual LIBERATE EARTH DAY! End Corporate Greenwashing & “Green” Capitalism! Sunday, April 25th 3:00PM – 10:00PM [...]