random interview from Cancun, at the COP16.
Stephen Baldwin, Dean Blanchard and Karen Mayer Hopkins speak of the corruption and neglect of BP and the Obama Administration in regards to the fisher people of the Gulf of Mexico and what they're willing to do to protect themselves and way of life.
More videos from the Rally @
Gulf Coast residents gathered in Grand Isle LA on Nov. 20th to expose the lies of BP and tell their stories of Sickness, share what they've seen and been through AND TO WARN THE WORLD NOT TO EAT THE GULF SEAFOOD.
The commercial fishermen are fishing and sending the food to market because the government & FDA says it's safe. But they won't feed it to their own families.
1 corporate (local) news crew covered this event. ONE.
I live streamed the entire event and it is archived here
Kindra Arnesen at the Rally for the Truth about the BP Oil Spill contamination of the gulf seafood supply and effects of dispersant on the people who live there.
~ Grand Isle LA ~ November 20th, 2010
Rally for the Truth about the BP Oil Spill contamination of the gulf seafood supply and effects of dispersant on the people who live there. ~ Grand Isle LA
Full event recorded live @
Cherri Foytlin at the Rally for the Truth about the BP Oil Spill contamination of the gulf seafood supply and effects of dispersant on the people who live there. ~ Grand Isle LA
Full event recorded live @
Both the right and the left are puttin' on their dancin' shoes.
With all the hoopla about this Rand Paul stomping I decided to do this. Watching people defend this shit is pissing me the fuck off.
I was going to try putting something together that showed this alongside Black Blockers breaking windows and torching symbols of state and economic repression to comment on the difference between Violence and Property Damage. But I didn't have time for something that fancy.
a Global Work Party, with emphasis on both 'work' and 'party'. In Auckland, New Zealand, they're having a giant bike fix-up day, to get every bicycle in the city back on the road. In the Maldives, they're putting up solar panels on the President's office. In Kampala, Uganda, they're going to plant thousands of trees, and in Bolivia they're installing solar stoves for a massive carbon neutral picnic.
In Austin Greenpeace wrangled petition signature collectors to pressure the government to stop building more fossil fuel infrastructure.
This is the summer 2010 update from the Our School at Blair Grocery Project.
This alternative school project in the lower 9th ward New Orleans has grown exponentially with the help of volunteers from New York 2 New Orleans & The Youth Coalition for Community Action.
Looking back at 5 years of Hurricane Katrina Relief, Malik Rahim, co-founder of Common Ground Collective, looks at the positive and negative causes and effects. Including his opinion about Brandon Darby, a co-founder who turned out to be an FBI informant.
Jacob Gorge a 3 tour Afghanistan Special Ops soldier describes the mistakes we made in Afghanistan & points out some ridiculousness regarding the BP Oil Spill Cleanup.