Saturday, March 09, 2013
Something to Think About . . .
Related Off-site Links:
"I'd Rather Fight Like Hell": Naomi Klein's Fierce New Resolve to Fight for Climate Justice – Wen Stephenson (The Phoenix, December 14, 2012).
Bill Moyers and Naomi Klein: How Climate Change Is An Historic Opportunity for Progressives – BillMoyers.com via AlterNet (November 16, 2013).
Naomi Klein on Motherhood, Climate Justice, and the Failure of the Environmental Movement – Wen Stephenson (The Phoenix Blog, December 14, 2012).
Dancing the World Into Being: A Conversation with Idle No More’s Leanne Simpson – Naomi Klein (Yes!, March 5, 2013).
The Mainstream Media Has Dropped the Ball on Occupy Wall Street – Naomi Klein (The Nation, October 6, 2011).
Will Capitalism Destroy Civilization? – Noam Chomsky (TruthOut.org, March 2013).
Jacob Hacker & Paul Pierson on Engineered Inequality – BillMoyers.com (March 11, 2012).
Corporations and the Richest Americans Viscerally Oppose Common Good – Noam Chomsky (AlterNet, March 7, 2013).
Climate to Warm Beyond Levels Seen for 11,300 Years – Michael D. Lemonick ClimateCentral.org, March 7, 2013).
Canadian Glaciers Are Melting Fast – Alex Kirby (Climate News Network, March 7, 2013).
Basing Our Economy on Fossils is Stupid – Thom Hartmann (The Daily Take via TruthOut.org, March 7, 2013).
It's Official: Too Big to Fail Banks Are Too Big to Jail – Robert Borosage (CommonDreams.org, March 8, 2013).
New Documentary Celebrates the Voices of the Tar Sands Blockade – Reader Supported News (February 26, 2013).
Naomi Klein on Building an Independent Progressive Movement – The Nation (September 15, 2010.
See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
A Song and Challenge for 2012
Doris Lessing on the Challenge to Go Beyond Ideological Slogans
Rocking the Cradle of Power
Capitalism on Trial
John Pilger on Resisting Empire
In a Blow to Democracy, U.S. Supreme Court Affirms Corporate Personhood
Buffy Sainte-Marie: Singing It and Praying It; Living It and Saying It
Sufism: A Call to Awaken
As the Last Walls Dissolve . . . Everything is Possible