Posts Tagged with "social justice"

The Top 20 Climate Killer Banks

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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The Top 20 Climate Killer Banks

A new report titled “Bankrolling Climate Change” calls out the top 20 banks that are financing the dirty coal industry. The top three “climate killers” will not come as much of a surprise: JP Morgan Chase, Citi, and none other than Bank of America top the list with $22 billion, $18.27 billion, an $16.79 billion [...]

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As ACORN Falls, Let a Mighty Oak Grow

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

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Following the news over the past couple of weeks has weighed heavily on my heart. I was sickened and saddened watching protesters hurling racist and homophobic invective at members of Congress, including Rep. John Lewis, who has put his life and liberty on the line more than once in the struggle for civil rights and [...]

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Youth re-defining environmentalism (way better than we are)

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

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It’s not a secret. Environmentalism has a bad name with a lot of people – and for lots of good reasons (check the article “Soul of Environmentalism” if you are not on the same page with me on this). The mainstream, majority white environmental movement has a checkered history of ignoring (or working against) the [...]

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