Posts Tagged with "anti-oppression"

Indigenous prisoners of conscience

Thursday, March 20, 2008


Earlier this week 6 political leaders of the Indigenous Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First Nation were sentenced to 6 months in jail for refusing to allow mining and exploration on their traditional lands. KI councilor Cecilia Begg, the only woman among the KI six, is now all alone in the Thunder Bay District jail, a notorious [...]

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Get Over It, and Start Taking Action

Tuesday, February 5, 2008


Ok, so this article was posted over a month ago. But I just saw it! One of the reasons I am so proud to work for this organization is because of the effort we’re making toward making RAN, and hopefully the environmental movement as a whole, a more inclusive, less oppressive place. It’s hard. We [...]

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White Men Blogging

Friday, August 10, 2007

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Last weekend the big left-wing blogger’s convention, Yearly Kos, made news by attracting not just 1,500 netroots partisans, but all of the major Democratic presidential candidates. Long gone are the days when powerful politicians with tens of millions of dollars to spend on fancy TV ads could just ignore a bunch of tech-savvy guys posting [...]

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RAN’s commitment to anti-oppression

Monday, July 16, 2007


For the past three years, RAN has been on a very active kick to increase and solidify our commitment to becoming the most diverse and anti-oppressive workplace possible. Since we are in the business of market transformation, we figured we should put the same effort toward transforming the mainstream environmental movement (it has a nasty [...]

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