The multimedia book launch will include a discussion on solidarity, extraction, Indigenous sovereignty and climate change with a panel of local frontline activists fighting Tar Sands in the Bay Area, as well as international perspectives.
This past weekend MG led a day-long exposure and solidarity bus tour to Kern County for rank-and-file workers, union organizers and labor leaders to learn about the devastating impacts of fracking on workers, communities, and the environment of the Central Valley.
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Saturday December 6
Hosted at Urban Tilth31 Maine Ave, Richmond, CA 94804
Free training with experienced herbalist
Create medicine to take home
Enjoy a catered lunch
With more details to come!... Read more »
The current rebellion in the streets of Ferguson begs the question: will we continue to uphold, participate in and suffer the consequences of this violent extractive economy? Or will we completely dismantle the extractive economy while re-building local, living economies that restore & repair our relationship to earth & each other?
Join us on Black Friday as we condemn Walmart as one of the planet's worst climate criminals, destroying land and life from Richmond to Bangladesh. We'll stand side-by-side with Walmart workers organizing for $15/hr, full-time work, and the respect they deserve. Political theatre, DJs, food, and hands-on art!
GRITtv w/ the Laura Flanders Show interviewed Gopal Dayaneni (MG) and Cindy Wiesner (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance) on the People's Climate March, building a global grassroots movement, and the work of the Climate Justice Alliance and the Our Power Campaign. Check it out here!