As the U.S. ramps up its global efforts to protect genocidal racial capitalism, it is a crucial time for a new generation to study and learn from Cuba’s 60-year effort to build an alternative socio-economic system.
The global climate strike on Sept. 20. will almost certainly be the biggest day of climate action in the planet’s history, writes Bill McKibben. “It can’t just be young people. It needs to be all of us.”
Todd E. Vachon, Gerry Hudson, Judith LeBlanc & Saket Soni
The American Prospect
Workers, people of color, Native peoples, and the poor have borne and will continue to bear the brunt of this crisis if we don’t find the means to avert it. We must forge alliances that can fight for climate justice, a sustainable, resilient future.
The Global Climate Strike, for trade unions, would necessarily mean a call for immediate and significant reductions in emissions while respecting the need for a just transition to protect workers and their communities.
Climate change is a form of violence that will largely affect people with little power to address it or relatively little role in creating it. Death is an escape hatch for David Koch while the rest of us are left scrambling...
A policy that incarcerates immigrants of color, allows white supremacy to secure its safety from climate change. We need to make sure that the Green New Deal, includes our brothers and sisters immigrating from climate crisis.