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Reverend Dr. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP, Moral Mondays leader. His most recent book, Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice Movement. Thanks so much for joining us from North Carolina Protests over Tulsa & Charlotte Police Killings Stem from Economic Policies That Perpetuate Racism Engage Forums: https://engagedforum.discussion.community/post/rev-barbers-fusion-politics-as-a-third-reconstruction-8253604?pid=1293495518#post1293495518… Read More DN: Rev. Barber and Fusion Politics as Third Reconstruction
Matthew O’Connell goes deep with Glen Wallis exploring Non-Buddhism in this second interview: “In this episode, writer, critic, Buddhist scholar and Philadelphia punk legend punk Glen Wallis returns to the Imperfect Buddha podcast for the second part of our discussion on non-Buddhism and its consequences. We go deep into an issue at the heart of… Read More Imperfect Buddha: Non-Buddhism Pt. 2
http://circulatenews.org/2016/09/the-promise-of-digitally-enabled-circular-economy/ by Joe Iles Editor in Chief of Circulate and Digital Architect at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. September 8, 2016 Where is innovation heading in the 21st Century? For every new technology poised to reinvent the way we live, work and interact, there seem to be many more incremental or even superficial improvements, rolled out by… Read More The promise of a digitally-enabled circular economy
First Nations across North America sign treaty alliance against the oilsands By Elizabeth McSheffrey in News, Energy National Observer | September 22nd 2016 The thunderous pounding of Indigenous drums echoed in the air on Thursday as more than 50 Indigenous nations across North America rallied together to sign a historic, pan-continental treaty alliance against oilsands expansion in their traditional territory. The… Read More First Nations Sign Alliance Against Tar Sands
It’s here! Engage! Podcast is the audio podcast for Engaged Buddhism Magazine. The podcast features nterviews with fascinating people who have dedicated much of their lives to the practice of the dharma as engaged Buddhism. We discuss politics, culture, social justice, ecology and spirituality. Over the next several months and years I hope to bring you… Read More Engage! Podcast is Live!
“We’re Freedom Fighters”: The Story of the Nationwide Prison Labor Strike Sunday, 18 September 2016 00:00 By James Kilgore, Truthout | Report (Image: IWW Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee) We need your help to stay hot on the trail of injustice and corruption. It only takes a moment — click here to support independent reporting! The first national… Read More Sept. 9 National Prison Labour Strike
I’m happy to introduce a new contributor to Engage!, Philip Kienholz, a poet from Peterborough, Ontario. His book of poetry, Display: Poems, will be available on Amazon.ca later this month. Namo Tassa Extempore for Dale Jacobson 1. I am sitting here watching my ego. I am sitting here watching my ego. I’m sitting here watching… Read More Namo Tassa: Poetry from Philip Kienholz