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The Green Amendment- the Right to Pure Water, Clean Air, and a Healthy Environment

Maya K. Van Rossum, the author of the The Green Amendment. spoke about her book at the Boulder Bookstore. She wants people to talk about and pass this in states, to make well known. She wants to get it made into an amendment to the US constitution. “forthegenerations.or​g​” is their website, They have videos up […]

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Speech & Book on Youth Using Music, Dance, & Theater to Enliven Protests

There is a talk tonight by Beth Osnes about her book Performance for Resilience: Engaging Youth through Movement,  Music and Theatre at the Boulder Bookstore, 1107 pearl, free 7:30 pm 1-25-18.  She said the joy of children and youth comes thru and energizes protests.  Their play/performance piece “Shine” about global warming  has been performed all over the […]

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Panel on Freedom of the Press

Thursday 1-25-18, 6:30 pm, Louisville Public Libraary , 951 Spruce, http://lwvbc.org/content.aspx?page_id=87&club_id=629866&item_id=738630

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Doug Peacock on Saving Grizzly Bears and the Need to Act

Doug Peacock writes about the need to save bears and wild places.  He coauthored a letter to delay the hunting of grizzly bears.  He shot a brief film about a young bear  playing with ice on a spring pond, pushing the ice chunks down, then watching them pop back up. He is pushing to get […]

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I AM A MAN

Protestors and Dreamers Needed for Justice for People and for Nature

It says that those who  challenge to racism, colonialism, sexism, elitism, militarism, classism, exceptionalism, chauvinism, triumphalism, nationalism, religionism, …. are marginalized in historical accounts, yet their protests and “impossible” dreams are vital for change and justice.   https://www.commondreams.org/views/2017/09/25/abuses-history   About changing what is considered doable:  ( A friend said that Bernie Sanders is bringing up the […]

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How to Be an Activist-from Umbra at Grist

Here is neat set of ways to act on your beliefs about the environment and  politics, :  http://grist.org/guides/umbra-apathy-detox/.  It includes things like: making a plan,  finding friends to protest with, moving your money from bad banks, cutting back on online time, focusing on one issue, donating money,  creating a calendar of actions, subscribe to local […]

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Video Saying Protests Work

video saying protests work

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Bioneers Boulder Today-Great Talks On Nature & Eco-Social Solutions

Today Feb. 4, near Colorado and 47th.  Last night they talked about ways that we can get off the couch and try different approaches to helping, building community, saving the earth, risking being uncomfortable,….. there are many ways.  We can try many paths and there are many people who will support us.  Also, we get […]

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EndPuppyMills

Help Stop Puppy Mills and Fight Animal Cruelty

We want to help expose the awful puppy mill industry and extend our support to groups that are trying to end this and other animal abuse. This article “The Dog Factory: Inside the Sickening World of Puppy Mills”  provides disturbing detail of the terrible conditions found in some of these shady businesses. Please support groups […]

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Boulder County Hearing on GMO crops

Boulder County Commissioners public hearing on phasing out GMO crops and pesticides on county lands at 3 -5 pm on Wednesday, 11-30-16. 3:00 p.m. To 5 pm PARKS AND OPEN SPACE DEPARTMENT Public Hearing: Commissioners will consider the Draft Transition Plan for Phasing Out GE Crops on Boulder County Open Space Property PUBLIC COMMENT An […]

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