By Chelsea Green
Whether it’s union protests in Wisconsin or populist uprisings in the Middle East, ordinary people right this minute are refusing to yield to government dictators and corporatocracies. There’s never been a better time to stand together for our rights and take action on the issues that matter.
We’re excited to announce the release of two activist titles: Get Up Stand Up by Bruce Levine and Diary of an Eco-Outlaw by Diane Wilson. Get the tools you need to organize in your community by taking advantage of our April Activism book sale. Now through April 10, all items are 25% off.
Jailed more than 50 times for civil disobedience, Diane Wilson has stood up for environmental justice and peace around the world – a fact that has earned her many kudos from environmentalists and peace activists alike, and that has forced progress where progress was hard to come by.
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By Rady Ananda
In July of this year, the United Nations declared access to clean water a human right. The United States was among 41 nations that abstained from supporting the resolution. Since October 15th is Blog for Water Day, a close inspection of a common US practice – fluoridating city water supplies – is in order.
The subject of water fluoridation has been controversial for decades, but a new book, The Case Against Fluoride, won the accolades of a Nobel Laureate:
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Tagged amesbury water, CDC, chelsea green, clean water, EPA, fda, fluoridation, fluorideAlert.org, hexafluorosilicic acid, mass drugging, pollution, Professional Perspectives on Water Fluoridation, sodium fluoride, The Case Against Fluoride, water rights