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Indigenous Led Green New Deal Public Photos

Helping bring about an Indigenous Led Green New Deal is my priority project now, for a number of reasons. I was surprised today when I did an internet search for information about that, and noticed one of my photos on … Continue reading

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Indigenous Led Green New Deal

Chase Iron Eyes, Lakota People’s Law Project, sent a message this morning asking us to spread the news about the need for Indigenous wisdom and leadership for a Green New Deal. The countdown is on. One week from tomorrow, the … Continue reading

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Indigenous Led Green New Deal

The Green New Deal is catching people’s attention now because it is a practical plan to quickly begin to address the problems of a fossil fuel based corporate economy, and the consequences of that including environmental chaos, poverty and hopelessness. … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Green New Deal?

I found the March 27, 2020 article by Kevin Williamson in the National Review, Goodbye, Green New Deal fascinating. He writes about the many sacrifices we are being forced to make because of the Covid-19 pandemic. I had to convince … Continue reading

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Indigenous Lives vs Doctrine of Discovery

Following is some information from Phyllis Young, Standing Rock Organizer, The Lakota People’s Law Project. She links the “dual traumas of colonization and the exploitation of Grandmother Earth”. As an Indigenous woman, I feel the heavy weight of history. At … Continue reading

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NNA and Green New Deal

One of the main reasons I wanted to attend the National Network Assembly (NNA) was to see what other organizers might be doing about the climate emergency, the Sunrise Movement, and an Indigenous Led Green New Deal (GND). As I … Continue reading

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Seeding the Hill with Indigenous FreeThinkers

I’ve written a lot about why I believe a Green New Deal is our best hope to try to tackle evolving environmental collapse. And why I feel it is so important for a developing Green New Deal to be led … Continue reading

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Green New Deal Strategy Planning for Iowa

Last night I attended the Green New Deal Strategy Session: Fighting On Iowa’s Frontlines at Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (ICCI). I have heard good things about ICCI for years. My aunt and uncle have reported to our Quaker meeting … Continue reading

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Green New Deal Tour comes to Des Moines

Every once in a while I’ll wonder why I was led to call this blog “Quakers, social justice, and revolution”. The Quaker and social justice parts are what I often write about. I would occasionally get hints about the “revolution” … Continue reading

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H.Res.109/S.Res.59 – Green New Deal

The Green New Deal began to attract national attention on November 13, 2018, when over 250 Sunrise Movement protesters staged a sit-in at Speaker Pelosi’s office. They were joined by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who later spoke about how nervous she … Continue reading

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