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Killing Nuclear Power

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As noted in Climate Connections, killing nuclear power once and for all is now a possibility. As the key to ending this lethal anachronism is in Obama’s hands, putting him on the spot is perhaps the most urgent task of American citizens. As his predecessor in the White House observed, he’s either with us or [&hellip... more →

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Texting Tseshaht

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In today’s issue of The Dominion, Anna Luisa Daigneault discusses multimedia Indigenous language revitalization in British Columbia, as well as the spiritual healing of elders who survived the residential schools... more →

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Out of Gas

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Imagine calling 911 and being told the ambulances aren’t running because they’re out of gas. Or finding everything in the refrigerator warm because the electricity is only on for six hours a day. Welcome to Gaza. As Electronic Intifada reports, this is not unusual, nor acceptable in a first world country, even in a Fourth [&hellip... more →

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Newroz

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As Kurds from Turkey to Iran celebrate Newroz (Kurdish New Year), Kurds in Turkey support a referendum to decide the future of Kurdistan. As an Indigenous nation extending across Syria and Iraq, in addition to Turkey and Iran, Kurdistan has everything going but its own state. That may happen in the future, but for now [&hellip... more →

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Nowhere Else to Go

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As Beth Walker observes in her post at Minorities in Focus, the proliferation of conflicts over mining on tribal peoples lands isn’t just a reflection of growing network awareness of market theft and institutional impunity; it’s also a reaction to the sizable increase in the scale of operations and intensity of extraction by transnational corporations. [&hellip... more →

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