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Tag: resistance

5 ways to support courageous nonviolent resistance in Ukraine

Government and civil society can take immediate action to break the dynamic of violence and build a more sustainable just peace in Ukraine.

Act now to protect our right to protest

Together we can keep building a movement for transformational change.

A pledge to transform the resistance, and America

If today’s resistance is to become a lasting movement, we must decide what we’re for.

New Defense Strategy: War with great nations & arms race

There are many opportunities to oppose war in this new era of “Great Power” conflict.

Mexico’s Standing Rock? Sempra, TransCanada face indigenous pipeline resistance south of...

Mexico is now facing its own Standing Rock-like moment as the Yaqui Tribe challenges Sempra Energy's Agua Prieta pipeline between Arizona and the Mexican state of Senora.

Preparing for the coming transformation

It is critical for us to step out of the limitations of two and four year election cycles and recognize that social transformation does not arise by electing the perceived least evil.

SLAPP lawsuits: The biggest threat to the resistance you never heard...

Wealthy corporations must know they can’t SLAPP the public into silence.

ALEC, corporate-funded bill mill, considers model state bill cracking down on...

“We are concerned this Bill would target peaceful protests in certain contexts, such as protests which focus on environmental rights, imposing disproportionate penalties on protesters.”

Respect existence or expect resistance

“It’s time that we take responsibility for our own lives … that we create a world which gives us the power to act, instead of hoping that other people will solve problems.”

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Corporate giants pay minimal taxes, reveals ITEP study on Trump-GOP tax law’s impact

ITEP's latest study exposes how the 2017 tax law has allowed major U.S. corporations to drastically reduce their tax bills, highlighting the need for urgent reform in corporate taxation.

Republicans hatched a secret assault on the Voting Rights Act in Washington state

After he helped create the state’s voting maps, a redistricting commissioner quietly worked with national Republican figures to bring a lawsuit against his own work.
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My ultimate history crash course

To understand the present, study the past. 

Fossil fuel footprint: Corals reveal industrial pollution’s deep sea impact

New study uncovers historical pollutants from burning fossil fuels in Mediterranean corals, highlighting human influence on marine ecosystems.

The foreign policy issue that could decide the U.S. presidential election

Leading Democrats and Republicans are scrambling to look "tough" on immigration.