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by Ken Butigan
by Frida Berrigan
by George Lakey
by Nadine Bloch
The people who brought you Beautiful Trouble track the new creative edge emerging among movements across the globe.
Covering the Tar Sands Action, an effort to prevent the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline and wean the United States off of fossil fuels.
Following the largest and longest peaceful aboriginal uprising in Canadian history as it grows into a global grassroots movement.
Low-wage workers are injecting new life into a weary U.S. labor movement by embracing an old tactic.
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