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India’s Farmers Rise Up

Socio-cultural anthropologist Aarti Sethi analyzes the current situation in India, where workers from other industries are joining farmers in a massive ongoing strike to protest government usurpation of farmers' autonomy. India’s farmers supply half the world’s rice and cotton, most of our spices, many fruits and vegetables, and an enormous number of drugs and medicines. […]

Plastics, The Other Pandemic: A Webinar

With Journalists Alex Hartzog and Maura Stephens Friends and comrades, Are you drowning in plastic? You're not alone! We all are, no matter how hard we try to avoid it. Scientists say the plastics plague is as dangerous to life on Earth as climate change. But what can we do about it? To learn more, […]

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In Solidarity Against Precarity:
Three Labor Activists Speak

Join System Change Not Climate Change for a webinar on protecting our right to organize within vulnerable workplaces, featuring IATSE entertainment workers, National Writers Union Freelance Solidarity Project members, and an IWW organizer.

COP26 Report-Back: Now What?

Join Green Eco-Socialist Network and SCNCC for a critical evaluation of the recently ended COP 26. A diverse, international panel of experienced activists will assess the outcomes of the negotiations and the progress (or lack thereof) toward climate justice goals, followed by an open discussion of the ways we can collectively move forward.

What’s Crypto Doing to Mother Earth?

What the frack is cryptocurrency, anyway? Should we embrace it or eschew it? Cartographer Karen Edelstein, independent journalist and scholar Maura Stephens, and Seneca Lake Guardian Yvonne Taylor will enlighten us about who loves it, what it is, when and where it may be coming, why it's growing so spectacularly, and how it impacts climate […]

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