Monthly Archives: March 2016

Fadilat Olasupo – Naomi Klein Chapter 1 & 2

People are turning the other way when it comes to climate change’s high right. Especially those who we call the 1% that have strong hierarchical views. Instead of influencing public attention to this matter, they rather keep it in a … Continue reading

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Fadilat Olasupo – Klein Introduction

In Naomi Klein’s reading she introduces the very large crisis we are facing with climate change, and states that ignoring the facts that are thrown in our face and instead doubling down on the stuff that is causing the crisis … Continue reading

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Agriculture, soil and the economy

For our future, someone has to think about dirt Just heard this story on NPR – relevant to our conversation on soil biodiversity and corporate agriculture…

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Inconvenient truth– Badeah H.

An inconvenient truth is a very outstanding documentary that touches upon global warming and its harmful effects on the earth; it informs us immensely on how the earth is facing observable effects such as droughts, insect outbreaks, an increase in … Continue reading

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Neo-liberalism–Badeah H.

Neo-liberalism is a lay down of economic policies that have grown to be prevalent and widespread. The effect of neo-liberalism is seen as “the rich grow richer, and the poor grows poorer”. The central purposes of neo-liberalism includes, deregulation which … Continue reading

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FYI: Some important CUNY news from today and yesterday

40+ CUNY SUPPORTERS ARRESTED DURING ‘DIE-IN’ AT GOV. CUOMO’S MIDTOWN OFFICE Cuomo Faces Loud Backlash Over Push to Cut State’s CUNY Funding Gov. Cuomo agrees to pay $1.6B to fully fund CUNY  

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Christopher Wassif “Into Eternity” documentary & thoughts on US energy infrastructure

I recently saw the documentary “Into Eternity”, which discusses the future of nuclear waste by showcasing the construction and implementation of a nuclear waste facility being constructed in Finland. Nuclear waste is hazardous for 100,000 years, and therefore requires great … Continue reading

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