Many lessons we can learn from others. Many white people in the USA are supporting the causes of the marginalized, vulnerable and oppressed. It is happening everywhere – this is a good example and perhaps a model to follow.
Dec 29 2017
Three of us from OCCUPY attended a Washington Fair Trade session to help work on a public policy statement. It was productive and I am excited to see the final product. This article was sent by email to our web site. https://dealhack.com/history-fair-trade-buying-selling-product
Nov 10 2017
Fossil-Free House Party
Meet others in Bellingham who want to organize to build local power and take climate action. Working together, we will help to end the use of fossil fuels and to transition our world to 100% renewable energy for all. Find out what we can do in Bellingham to begin to build the Fossil-Free future we need — and connect with other activists equally passionate about this work.
TWO IN BELLINGHAM TO CHOOSE FROM:
Sunday, November 12 3pm-5pm
RE-Sources Sustainable Living Center
(above the RE-Store, wheelchair accessible)
2309 Meridian St, Bellingham
FB event page to Share!
Wednesday November 15, 2017 5:30 PM
1346 Humboldt Street Bellingham, WA 98225
Go to either one to get involved.
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Jan 29 2017
Solutionary Rail describes a people-powered campaign to electrify America’s railroads and open corridors to a clean energy future. Rail, unique among forms of mass transportation, can easily be electrified. Because electricity is increasingly coming from clean sources such as sun and wind, rail has the potential to serve as a clean and reliable form of transportation while invigorating communities along the way. The Solutionary Rail book proposes overhead rail electrification, powered by renewable energy accomplished in conjunction with track modernization. This infrastructural investment will bring to the United States the reliable, electrified, higher-speed service now common on public railroads in Europe, Asia and elsewhere.
Bill Moyer of Vashon Island WA, co-founded the Backbone Campaign in 2003 with friends from an artist affinity group. He has dual and intersecting paths as both an activist and artist. Backbone Campaign has been a vehicle for much growth and Bill has emerged as a leader in the theory and practice of “artful activism.” He designs and produces creative political actions and provides training in grand strategy and creative tactics around the country.