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Pete Seeger (1919-2014) headlined the Rockin' Earth Day Fest at Teachers College at Columbia University on April 18th, 2009. News
'His Legacy Lives On': Pete Seeger Remembered on What Would Have Been 100th Birthday
"He knew there were possibilities that we could—through collective participation and struggle—build a better world."
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Pete Seeger Lives! On Folk Legend's 100th Birthday, Remembering How Music and Love Conquers Hate
The folk musician and legendary social justice activist was loved by people across the world because Pete actively loved people across the world.
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“We say no to oligarchy, yes to democracy.” Views
Bernie Is Not a Wind Sock
The Sanders campaign is a political opportunity unlike any we’ve seen in our lifetimes
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Donald Trump's Dastardly Fourth of July
On the very worst American patriot.
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What Was Verifiably Great About America: Fragments of a Memoir Set To A Musical Soundtrack
The music tells a story, but that doesn't mean it will end well
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The Life Force of Harry Belafonte
His life with all of its twists and turns — poverty, sudden fame, McCarthyism, civil rights activism, a dire prediction about fascism in America — was laid bare on the stage.
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The Albert Einstein Memorial in Washington, D.C. Views
Where Are All the Monuments to the Progressive Americans?
The organizers, activists, artists, writers, and occasional elected officials who fought to make the United States a more humane and inclusive country often go unacknowledged.
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Trump's Phony Patriotism Clashes With the Radical Roots of America the Beautiful and the Pledge of Allegiance
"Most Americans are unaware that much of our patriotic culture—including many of the leading symbols and songs—was created by people with decidedly progressive sympathies."
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Stand Up and Sing! Pete Seeger, Our Children, and the Future
Every day, every minute, someone in the world is singing a Pete Seeger song. The songs he wrote, including the antiwar tunes, “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” “If I Had a Hammer” and “Turn! Turn! Turn!” and those he popularized, including “This Land Is Your Land” and “We Shall Overcome,” have...
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Nuns Take On Wells Fargo
Some Philadelphia sisters are calling for a probe into the "root causes" of the bank's corruption
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