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UN Report Calls for Transforming Land Practices to Battle Hunger and 'Suffocating Blanket of Climate Emergency'
"There are a lot of actions that we can take now... But what some of these solutions do require is attention, financial support, enabling environments."
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Go Home Cockroach
Why is this moronic man smiling? On Wednesday, the sick lump of a president barged into two grieving towns that didn't want him, seeking warped glory like an oblivious hit man lumbering into his own crime scene with blood on his hands. From the start, it was ungodly bad and then some. Before...
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Racism Has A Name
Grieving in El Paso. Photo by Bryan Woolston/Reuters So the White Supremacist-In-Chief dully read someone else's speech, POW-like, blaming the latest carnage in El Paso and Dayton, which he called Toledo, on video games, the Internet, "mentally ill monsters." But everyone knows who to blame: Trump...
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Family members of 13-year-old Gilroy shooting victim Keyla Salazar console each other before a San Jose vigil. (Photo: Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times) Views
We Have Studied Every Mass Shooting Since 1966. Here’s What We’ve Learned About the Shooters
Instead of simply rehearsing for the inevitable, we need to use that data to drive effective prevention strategies.
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Seeing Color in Green Spaces: How to Increase Diversity in Conservation
Black Americans are underrepresented in conservation and outdoor retail careers. To change that, White employers need to apply their liberal values to the workplace.
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The Fire Next Time
Photo by Richard Avedon Friday would have been the 95th birthday of James Baldwin, brilliant, bighearted writer, prophet, intellectual and human being who spent his life as a black gay man insisting, "I'm not a nigger, I'm a man." Passionate and prescient, he spoke, wrote and embraced his rage at...
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We Are Here With Peaceful Purposes...But They Are Not
Olga reads the Constitution. Photo by Alexei Abanin A salute to the bravery of 17-year-old Olga Misik of Moscow, who during last weekend's bloody protests for free city elections sat on the ground in her bulletproof vest before Putin's armed-to-the-teeth goons and calmly read aloud the Russian...
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A family wading through the salty sea water that flooded their village in Eita, Kiribati, on September 30, 2015. News
In 'Visionary' Document, Small Island Nations Declare 'Climate Crisis' in Pacific
Declaration includes demand for end to fossil fuel development and for nations most responsible for crisis to "urgently change direction."
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Social Security and Medicare are proof that the American people can come together through our representatives in Washington to improve the lives of all of us. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Views
It’s Medicare’s Birthday—Let’s Offer It to Everyone
We need to call our representatives and tell them that we are current Medicare beneficiaries who strongly support Medicare for All.
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A Seesaw At the Border, Because What Goes Up Goes Down
Twitter photos at the border In a “subversive re-imagining” of the border wall - which cruelly, inherently represents what Noam Chomsky calls " the architecture of violence” - two artists installed a set of fluorescent pink seesaws in both Texas and Mexico on Monday to provide "a literal fulcrum"...
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