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Let a Thousand Actions Bloom | Melinda Tuhus

I’ve been arrested several times in DC doing non-violent direct actions (NVDA), protesting FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) as a rubber-stamp agency that is contributing mightily to the cooking of the climate and destruction of local communities and landscapes, but Nov. 5 was my first arrest in the Capitol. It was at a Senate hearing of the Energy & Natural ...

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How to build a progressive movement in a polarized country | WNV

Protesters rally outside a Trumpy campaign event in Anaheim, Calif. For more info,

Whether it’s assault rifles, racial justice, immigration or fossil fuels, the country is rocked by conflicting narratives and rising passions. In a recent national poll, 70 percent of Americans say the political divide is at least as big as during the Vietnam War. In December, I completed a year-and-a-half book tour in over 80 towns and cities in United States. ...

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