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Writer George Monbiot is arrested by police officers after being arrested in Trafalgar Square on October 16, 2019 in London. News
Extinction Rebellion Making Things Inconvenient? Actually, Says Naomi Klein, the Climate Crisis 'Is Really, Really Inconvenient'
"There is nothing more inconvenient than being hit by a Category 5 hurricane, by having a wildfire raze your town."
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Mothers hold their babies as they protest about the climate crisis outside Google offices during the tenth day of demonstrations by the climate change action group Extinction Rebellion, in London, on October 16, 2019. News
With Babies in Tow, Mothers With Extinction Rebellion Target Google HQ Over Its Funding of 'Climate Deniers'
"Its company motto is 'do the right thing,'" a mother of two said of Google. "The right thing to do could not be more obvious: stop funding climate deniers."
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As Democrats Head to Debate Stage, Buttigieg Attacks Warren and Sanders—Who Have Outearned Him—for Small-Dollar Donations
"This 'pocket change' comment is a good example of how centrist Democrats demobilize the base. It's telling 95 percent of people (those who can't make big donations), 'No, you can't.'"
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Doctors Demand Trump Close 'Inherently Immoral' Immigrant Detention Centers Ahead of Mass Protest on Capitol Hill
"We are here to say that it is not enough to ask to improve the conditions in the detention centers. We must demand that they be closed altogether."
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Celebration of the Ecuadorian Indians on 13 October 2019 in Quito, Ecuador, after Lenin Moreno issued the decree 883 on a national network. News
In Victory for People's Movement, Ecuador Protests End With Government Capitulation on Fuel Subsidies
"We want peace for our brothers and sisters in this country. We don't want more repression."
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'Stop Funding Ecocide': Extinction Rebellion Protesters Target London Financial District
"The city of London is a preeminent nexus of power in the global system that is killing our world."
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American activist and actress Jane Fonda News
Jane Fonda Among Those Arrested While Launching #FireDrillFriday Campaign to Demand Climate Action
"I will be on the East Lawn of the Capitol every single Friday, rain or shine, and would be honored to have you join me."
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Not only are they reeling from protests against government corruption and austerity programs, like Ecuador and Algeria, but in both Haiti and Iraq, their corrupt neoliberal governments were imposed on them by the use of U.S. military force. (Photo: Iraqi Protesters/ AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Crises in Iraq and Haiti Expose the Failure of Militarized Neoliberalism
It should be no surprise that the new governments installed by all these U.S. wars and coups are among the most corrupt regimes on earth.
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'I Just Couldn't Be a Sellout': Rihanna Confirms She Turned Down Super Bowl Halftime Show In Solidarity With Kaepernick
"There's things within that organization that I do not agree with at all, and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way."
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Breastfeeding Mothers at London "Nurse-In" Demand Climate Action as Part of Global Extinction Rebellion
Two hundred women breastfed their babies in front of 10 Downing Street "because their babies aren't safe and because babies all over the world will or already have died because of this crisis."
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