Annenberg Weingarten's gift, like the very heritage he explores, is a wonderful legacy, and one that the rest of the nation needs to know as they flip on their lights and electricity each day.
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Today is Day 12,580 of the mountaintop removal mining disaster, the most egregious human rights and environmental violation in our country and perhaps one of the most discussed but shamefully ignored humanitarian crises in our nation.
As the anti-mountaintop removal movement continues on several different fronts, residents are simply asking: What would Judy Bonds do?
Judy Bonds will always be loved by the growing masses who have cheered her work -- and who now cheer her journey on.
by Sarah Laskow, Media Consortium Blogger
For the environmental community, this coming year offers a chance to regroup, rethink and regrow. Two year...
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Judy Bonds' life teaches us how to fight harder
In this line of work, we are lucky to meet and work with a lot of heroes, people who stand up agains...
She was a tireless, funny, and inspiring orator, and a savvy and brilliant community organizer. She was fearless in the face of threats. As the godmo...
As we head into another winter of discontent in the coalfields, Judy Bonds always gives me a reason to believe in the still small possibility of environmental justice in America.
Great movements for social and environmental justice come at a great cost for those on the frontlines. No one understands this better than the besieg...
The defense of mountaintop-removal mining -- as formerly with strip-mining -- is that the economy of Appalachia depends on it. This canard now has been solidly rebutted.
Four daring protesters accomplished something today that no high ranking member in the Obama administration has ever bothered to do.
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