Rebecca Solnit

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Rebecca Solnit

“There’s enough food in this world. There’s enough housing in this world. There’s enough shelter in this world. There’s enough clothing in this world. There’s enough teachers, there’s enough universities for everybody’s needs to be met, and the reasons they aren’t is not because of lack of resources. It’s because of distribution, and...

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James O’Dea

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

James O’Dea

“Love can be the liberating force for humanity, because it’s so primal and so simple, like light, that if it’s allowed to move through us, its movement is endless. Its creativity is endless. It wants to spread. It’s contagious.”     James O’Dea is an author, educator, speaker, activist, and global peace ambassador. Weaving science, activism, spirituality,...

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Cleo Reese

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Cleo Reese

“What is happening with our waters? What is happening with our land and the animals and the skies? We want to stop it. We don’t want it to get any worse than this.”   Cleo Reece is an environmental activist who acts as Band Councillor for Alberta’s Fort Murray #468 First Nation. In 2010 she co-organized the Keepers of the Athabasca’s first 13-kilometer...

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bell hooks

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

bell hooks

“What is justice? The heart of it is really longing for people to be able to grow and develop freely in a positive and constructive way. So what are the conditions that allow for that? Love comes in and says, ‘There isn’t any difference that can’t be understood. There isn’t any conflict that can’t be reconciled.’ So that love becomes a major, major threat...

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Natasha

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Natasha

“All of us in the movement are answering the call of our conscience. That your particular problem, of your family, your sister, brother, friend are shared problems. They are collective, global problems.”   Natasha was a protester and member of the ‘Spanish Indignados’ also known as the Indignants Movement. In the spring and summer of 2011, tens of thousands of...

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