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Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Hundreds of climate activists shut down the UK's largest open-cast coal mine on Tuesday morning—the first of a wave of peaceful direct actions spanning six continents and 12 days, targeting the world's most dangerous fossil fuel projects. Mining work has now been halted at the Ffos-y-fran mine in south Wales, where the mass civil trespass by...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Pipeline company Kinder Morgan has suspended its plans to build a fracked gas...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
A young woman from inner city Baltimore; a Cambodian anti-logging activist; a...

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Bravo to fearless Afro-Swedish activist Tess Asplund, 42, and the photographer who caught the moment Asplund ferociously, instinctively charged a march of anti-immigrant neo-Nazis with her head and fist held high, and Nelson Mandela in her mind. In a country and continent where right-wing racism is on the rise, she just knew "they shouldn’t be here and spread their hate...I was thinking, 'Hell no. No Nazi is going to march here. It’s not okay.'”