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  • Kirk Phaser
    A taste of Armageddon for the voting booth
    Star Trek: The Original Series is recognized today not only for the enormous franchise birthed from it, but for the unique and innovate ways that it used the medium of science fiction to discuss contemporary issues in a way that would not have...
  • Photographers are using their cameras to talk about climate change
    Photographers are using their cameras to talk about climate change
    They’re calling it a “takeover.” Every week through the first week of 2015, the International Center of Photography (ICP) will feature photographs focused on “subjects related to climate change” from a different...
  • Kelly Atlas
    What is this mentally unhinged activist's tearful rant is about?
    Have you ever seen a commercial so poorly made that you couldn't figure out what product or service itwas advertising? The video found here is similar. In it, a young woman enters a restaurant and asks for the attention of the diners. As she...
  • The Campus Kitchens Project
    Interview: Linda Kurtz of the Campus Kitchens Project
    With school now underway across the country, here is a great social cause for students to get involved with. It’s called the Campus Kitchen Project. It’s about ending food waste, which can be the key to fighting hunger in America.Linda...
  • The Campus Kitchens Project seeks to win a National Dairy Council Grant
    Help Campus Kitchens win Dairy Council grant
    The Campus Kitchens Project is in the running for a $ 5,000 grant from the National Dairy Council. Campus Kitchens seeks to eliminate food waste at schools across the country. Leftover food, instead of being thrown out, can be used to feed the...
  • Peter Yarrow is no stranger to social, political actions and restorative justice.
    Peter Yarrow explains the significance of returning First Nation people's lands
    The Unity Concert of the Black Hills Initiative brought thousands earlier this month to gather around one cause. The event would unify many First Nations people, activists, politicians, musicians, artists, and supporters to generate energy enough...
  • Keep Texas Free
    Senate candidate continues his message long after losing his primary
    After winning almost 11% of the votes with under $80,000 dollars against the Goliath war chest of John Cornyn, Dwayne Stovall continues to deliver his message and even more important his beliefs.Dwayne and his campaign manager Brett Rodgers have...
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    Schools to force children into 'Meatless Monday' activism to save the planet
    Can swearing off meat one day a week really save the planet? Some think so, and now, schools across the country are forcing children to participate in "Meatless Monday" activism to do just that, the Daily Caller reported Tuesday...
  • Fashion Week history made when quadruple amputee takes the catwalk
    Fashion Week history made when quadruple amputee takes the catwalk
    All over the news this week are reports about the latest from New York Fashion Week. There have been many firsts this year, including the debut of Karen Crespo on the runway who is a quadruple amputee who has prosthetic legs and arms. This week,...
  • Adam Kokesh 9-5-14
    Adam Kokesh avoids jail time for civil disobedience
    On Sept. 5, libertarian activist and radio host Adam Kokesh was given a suspended sentence for drug and gun convictions in the state of Virginia stemming from an act of civil disobedience in Washington, D.C. on July 4, 2013 and a subsequent raid...
  • Women's vote suffragists portrait
    Women's Equality Day celebrations nationwide educate and motivate
    Aug. 18 marked the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification (amendment XIX) that established a rule across all states that would guarantee women’s voting rights. This was a big win for the women’s suffrage movement,...
  • To Be Takei
    'To Be Takei' is a fun crowd pleaser but it could have been more
    The truly important social activists and icons, never really try to do that job it comes out of there upbringing and things that happened to them. "To Be Takei" is the life story of one of the more iconic social activist of our times who...
  • Detroit Water Crisis Not Over
    Detroit Water Crisis Over? Not Yet
    Over the past couple of months, the poor in Detroit have been battling it out with the local water company. Since mid-June 2014, there have been multiple reports on DetroitWaterBrigade.org that people with overdue bills are not allowed to pay and...
  • Stephen Gaskin at a music festival in 1981
    Stephen Gaskin, famed hippie and founder of 'The Farm,' dies
    Stephen Gaskin, counterculture activist and founder of “The Farm” commune, died yesterday at the age of 79. Gaskin was born in Denver on February 16, 1935. After serving a short stint in the Marine Corps during the 1950s, he moved to...
  • Stack of Books
    6 books for social justice advocates
    If you consider yourself an activist or advocate for social justice, there are some books that absolutely must be on your to-read list. Both fiction and non-fiction works can be extraordinarily mind-opening and can reignite your passion for your...