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Latinas Lead the Fight for Social Justice Across Borders

When: Sunday, March 8, 2:00pm – Door donation $2.00
Where: New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S.
Cost: $2 door donation; $10 lunch

Public celebration will honor women leading grassroots movements from Guerrero, Mexico to Washington State. 81 more words

Radical Women Seattle

Fracking in Mexico involves Halliburton

Neoliberal Ecocide

ALARM IN THE HUASTECA FACING THE ONSLAUGHT OF FRACKING

By: Hermann Bellinghausen

Huayacocotla, Ver.

Slow but relentless, alarm runs through the northern mountains and lowlands of the Huasteca: a threat hovers over the territorial rights of thousands of communities. 1,295 more words

Indigenous Rights

Guatemala News Update February 9-13

Former Dictator Ríos Montt Could Stand Trial for Dos Erres Massacre

Guatemala’s Constitutional Court declared on February 6 that former military dictator Efraín Ríos Montt could be prosecuted for the “Dos Erres” massacre. 369 more words

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What Eye Do You See Me Through

What lens has captured your imagination, reframed your regurgitations of a past, of a future, of a present that still hangs upon weighted scales. Tongues they whip and lash, fumbling for the words, that fall from the horses mouth. 68 more words

News from Helena Norberg-Hodge

Helena (below, top centre)  was quoted extensively by Russell Brand in his new book ‘Revolution’.

LOCAL FUTURES (ISEC) is organising a conference in Oregon where s… 151 more words

Helena Norberg-Hodge

Esteva: Time for Hope

TIME FOR HOPE

By: Gustavo Esteva

The disappearance of a loved one is one of the worst evils that someone can suffer. It isn’t just the uncertainty that it provokes. 821 more words

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