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The head-shaving by more than 40 protesters this week signals the Occupy Central's determination to oppose China's continued support for indirect elections to appoint Hong Kong’s chief executive.

Any statement that mass surveillance is not performed in New Zealand is categorically false. If you live in there, you're being watched.

The Arroyo Sustainable Economies Organization has release a bold blueprint to turn notoriously unequal and sprawling Los Angeles into a community-oriented, resource-sharing city for all.

Shifting toward community-based renewable power is a strong thread running through Scotland's Radical Independence Campaign, and a free Scotland could inspire other countries to relinquish their fossil fuel addiction.

If the people at the UN are not ready to take action, they should move to the side, because the people will.

If you want to fully understand the game at play in the bankruptcies and privatization of public assets in Detroit, Argentina, and Europe, play Monopoly.

Posted 5 days 10 hours ago

Britain’s political system is broken to the point where many people in Northern England actually want to join Scotland to escape austerity measures.

Posted 4 days 9 hours ago

SeaChange: We All Live Downstream is a two-week journey by boat that's raising awareness and generating community activism around climate issues before people hit the streets in Manhattan.

Posted 6 days 10 hours ago

Senate Joint Resolution 19 calls for a constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court Decision that opened the floodgates for corporate spending to influence political elections.

Posted 6 days 10 hours ago

In addition to speaking with a common voice on climate justice and the policies needed to achieve it, today's "movement of movements" needs to reach beyond environmentalists.

Posted 4 days 9 hours ago

Social movements and electoral movements, which are imperative for nonviolent social change, should work together.

If England's aristocracy and royal family continue to support — and aim to benefit from — fracking, it may be worth focusing more attention on the concentration of land ownership to understand how old money holds the power to frack us all.

How the Media is (Still) Failing Occupy

The post-camp Occupy Movement is proving a bit too cerebral for a media machine that prefers shiny objects and flashing lights to substance.

A new batch of documents received from the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality reveal that Exxon downplayed the extent of the contamination caused by the ruptured pipeline in March.

Stop and Frisk Video by Nina Berman

Nina Berman is a documentary photographer based in New York City with a particular interest in the American political and social landscape.

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