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The Redeeming Power of Love
Of patience and understanding and most all: love
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Activists run towards the Garzweiler open-cast mine. The protests for more climate protection in the Rhineland continue. (Photo: David Young/picture alliance via Getty Images) News
'We Are Unstoppable, Another World Is Possible!': Hundreds Storm Police Lines to Shut Down Massive Coal Mine in Germany
"This is not only about coal power," said one Ende Gelände spokesperson. "This is about changing a destructive system that is based on the quest for infinite economic growth and exploitation. We are fighting for a future in which people count more than profits."
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Donald Trump Is America's Shadow
So we need to celebrate the heroes of freedom and decency.
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To Keep A Light On: First Responder Luis Alvarez Enters Hospice Care
Testifying before Congress. Photo by UPI. Front photo by Zach Gibson/Getty Images Luis Alvarez, the retired New York City cop and former 9/11 First Responder who last week joined Jon Stewart to testify before Congress the day before he was scheduled to undergo his 69th round of chemotherapy, has...
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Interns are spending the summer with Congress—the smallest yet most powerful branch of government in the Constitution—where some 1,500 corporations have undermined the peoples’ delegated power. (Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Congressional Interns and Congress Redirections—A Meeting
In the 15,000 or 20,000 days these young people have, it will be their responsibility to stop the following omnicidal threats to humanity and the natural world
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At House Hearing, Poor People's Campaign Demands End to 'Systemic Policy Violence Against the Poor'
Not addressing poverty "is constitutionally inconsistent, it is economically insane, and it is morally, morally, morally wrong," said Rev. Dr. William Barber.
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Coates On Slavery: It Was 150 Years Ago and It Was Right Now
Sculpture by Kwame Akoto-Bamfo at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Alabama A day of drama as writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and other advocates offered searing, eloquent testimony at a House hearing on proposed reparations to black Americans on Juneteenth, the day in 1865 that U.S. slavery...
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Tiffany Cabán, candidate for Queens D.A., has the endorsement of a number of prominent progressive Democrats. (Image: Cabán for Queens) News
'Once-in-a-Generation Candidate' for Queens DA Tiffany Cabán Counts Sanders, Warren, AOC as Supporters
"Our criminal justice system needs to change. New Yorkers deserve a seat at the table, and a champion who will fight to realign our priorities toward equal treatment under the law. If Tiffany Cabán wins, things are going to change."
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Civic intelligence requires citizen engagement. (Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images) Views
We Are Destroying The One Thing That Could Save Us: Civic Intelligence
Without civic intelligence, our capacity to address problems effectively and equitably, we have no future
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45 percent of Americans—including a third of households making more than $180,000 a year—worry they could go bankrupt over a major health issue. (Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Medicare for All Would Save Money—And Lives
The last thing on your mind during a ride to the ER should be: Is this going to bankrupt me?
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