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White People in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter: Dara Silverman and Chris Crass on The Laura Flanders Show

A social justice group that invites white people to fight racism is spreading like wildfire in the US. From 12 to 150 chapters in two years. Clearly a whole lot of white people are interested in fighting systemic injustice. But how? This week's guests have dedicated their lives to grappling with that question, for the sake of making real change. They are both organizers, educators, and feminist anti-racist activists. Dara Silverman is the former Executive Director of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice and is currently the National Coordinator for SURJ: Showing Up for Racial Justice, a network with over 100 chapters and affiliates across the United States moving white people into action for racial justice. Chris Crass is the former co-coordinator of Catalyst Project, an antiracist training organization in the San Francisco Bay Area. And the author of two books, Towards Collective Liberation: Anti-Racist Organizing, Feminist Praxis, and Movement Building Strategy and Towards the “Other America”: Anti-Racist Resources for White People Action for Black Lives Matter

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 Thomas Linzey of the CELDF interviewed by Chris Hedges on Days of Revolt & We the People Trailer


Thomas Linzey is an attorney and the Executive Director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) – a nonprofit law firm that has provided free legal services to over five hundred local governments and nonprofit organizations since 1995.... and he is the editor of the pamphlet On Community Civil Disobedience in the Name of Sustainability: The Community Rights Movement in the United States.

This short primer from the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund explores and describes the philosophy and underpinnings of the community rights movement that has emerged in the United States­—a movement of nonviolent civil disobedience based on municipal lawmaking.

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Vikki Law on Democracy Now! talking about the case of Cherelle Baldwin


Update: Later on Thursday, after this segment aired, a 12-member jury found Cherelle Baldwin not guilty of murder in the death of her ex-boyfriend, allowing her to go free after nearly three years behind bars. According to the Huffington Post, Baldwin collapsed to the floor in tears as the verdict was announced, crying, “My baby will have his mommy back.”

Jurors in Connecticut are deliberating the fate of Cherelle Baldwin, a 24-year-old mother accused of killing her alleged abuser. Baldwin is charged with the 2013 killing of her ex-boyfriend, Jeffrey Brown, who Baldwin alleges had stalked and abused her. According to court documents, Brown had repeatedly threatened Baldwin, took her credit cards and money, and assaulted her during visits to see their son, who lived with Baldwin. Baldwin eventually attained a court order barring threats, harassment and assaults during visits, but just before Brown died, he sent Baldwin a series of threatening text messages...

 


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Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines editors guest-host The Laura Flanders Show

 

Inspired by the legacy of radical and queer black feminists of the 1970s and ’80s, Revolutionary Mothering places marginalized mothers of color at the center of a world of necessary transformation. The challenges we face as movements working for racial, economic, reproductive, gender, and food justice, as well as anti-violence, anti-imperialist, and queer liberation are the same challenges that many mothers face every day.

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How to Understand Mother as a Verb This Mother’s Day and Always:
The Nation 
Listen to Revolutionary Mothering editors on The Marc Steiner Show

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Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet (DVD)
SKU: 9781604866889
Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet (DVD)
Derrick Jensen and Lierre Keith
Earth at Risk is an annual conference featuring environmental thinkers and activists who are willing to ask the hardest questions about the seriousness of our situation.
$20.00


No Gods No Masters: Live in Concert
SKU: 9781604864410
No Gods No Masters: Live in Concert
Leon Rosselson and Robb Johnson
In this glorious 2 DVD set, Britain’s finest living songwriters are captured live (on tour in Berkeley, CA), presenting two nights of their original songs, words, and inimitable performance.
$19.95


Positive Force: More Than a Witness: 30 Years of Punk Politics in Action (DVD)
SKU: 9781604862423
Positive Force: More Than a Witness: 30 Years of Punk Politics in Action (DVD)
Robin Bell
Covering a span of 30 years, More Than a Witness documents the origins, activism, and musical events of the punk/activist organization Positive Force DC.
$19.95


Visions of Abolition: From Critical Resistance to A New Way of Life
SKU: 9781604866629
Visions of Abolition: From Critical Resistance to A New Way of Life
Setsu Shigematsu, Cameron Granadino, Jolie Chea, and Critical Resistance
Visions of Abolition is a new feature length documentary about the prison industrial complex and the prison abolition movement.
$19.95


Wisconsin Rising (DVD)
SKU: 9781629630939
Wisconsin Rising (DVD)
Sam Mayfield, Green Valley Media, and E.W. Stetson
Wisconsin Rising documents the largest sustained workers’ resistance movement in American history.
$19.95


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