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“The Amazon is not empty land”: Indigenous people’s fight for life in Brazil

RIP Neal Casal: “White Fence Round House”

Nuclear Lands: A Story of Plutonium

Meditation on a Racist Nation

What You Gonna’ Do When the World’s on Fire? is a powerful film. Set in a Black neighborhood in the US deep South years after the flooding from hurricane Katrina, the film tells a story of hope and despair, anger and love, and joy and sorrow. Political in the sense that all human experience is Read more

All Proceeds from Sale of the Song Support Immigrant Families Together

Flower In The Sand (feat. Sam Blasucci) by Omar Velasco

Sleater-Kinney – Can I Go On

Saving Martha

What’s Left After Liberalism?

Purple Mountains “All My Happiness is Gone” – RIP David Berman

The Forgotten Rohingya Refugees

Guy Clark – Desperados Waiting For A Train

Ex Hex – Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

House Anti-BDS Resolution Reveals the Power and Limits of the Israeli Lobby

How the Young Lords revived community activism at The People’s Church

Corruption, Mismanagement, and Disrespect Fuel Puerto Rico Protests

“If Not Now, When Will We Stand?” Native Hawaiians Fight Construction of Telescope on Mauna Kea

5 Years Later: No Indictments in Choking Death of Eric Garner

Chomsky on the “Limits” of Knowledge & Thought

Jeffrey Epstein: The Lawlessness of Patriarchy and Power

The Inhumane Treatment of Migrants Is Not New

Cass McCombs – Sleeping Volcanoes

Roseblood – Black Veil

U.S. Sanctions Block Medicine from Venezuela, Killing Thousands

Stereolab live at Primavera Sound 2019

Jim Harrison At the Wallace Stegner Center