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Fire in the Belly: Women Leading Social Change Pennie Opal Plant, Colette Pichon Battle & Adrianna
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Harm to one is harm to all—and prevention is a question of human survival. From oil refinery accidents in California to the aftermath of the BP oil...

Indigeneity
Indigenous Forum – Idle No More – Bay Area to Tar Sands: A History of the Movement Clayton Thomas-Müller, Eriel Deranger, and Pennie Opal Plant
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The fastest growing Indigenous resistance ever to industrial exploitation, Canada’s Idle No More movement has gone global. These leading...

Indigeneity
Indigenize the Law: Tribal Rights of Nature Movements with Casey Camp-Horinek Part 2
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Oklahoma Tribes Under Attack from State
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In their recent McGirt v. Oklahoma decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Native American reservations comprise nearly half of eastern Oklahoma....

Bioneers News
The Wonders of Our Planet
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As Earth Day nears, we’re sharing insights into the wonders of our planet and what we can do to keep her healthy. Below, you’ll hear from a...

Justice
People’s Earth Tribunals and Community Bills of Rights: Mobilizing for Community…
Podcasts

What if ecosystems could sue for violating the rights of nature in places like Alberta’s tar sands or Fukushima? What if communities could write...

Bioneers News
Speaking Truth to Power, Bioneers on Charlottesville
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This last weekend, in the city of Charlottesville, VA, a group of white supremacists including neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members gathered for a...

Bioneers News
It’s Here! Season 16 of Bioneers Radio (and Podcast)
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We're thrilled to announce the launch of Bioneers Radio Series XVI! In all sincerity, it may be the best ever. Synchronously, 10 of the 13 programs...

Restoring Ecosystems
An Eye-Opening Walk through San Francisco Bay Oil Refineries
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Photo by Rucha Chitnis On June 20, 2015, I joined a Refinery Corridor Healing Walk led by Idle No More San Francisco Bay organizers. We marched...

Justice
Julian Brave NoiseCat – Apocalypse Then & Now
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The perspectives and experiences of Indigenous peoples are especially critical in the fight against climate change and environmental devastation....

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