(2017). Criminalizing Environmental Activism. NACLA Report on the Americas: Vol. 49, Prisons, Punishment, and Policing in the Americas. Across the region, violence continues to spiral. What can be done?, pp. 315-322. doi: 10.1080/10714839.2017.1373958
Circa 1910. ‘Los Angeles & San Diego Beach Railway — Gasoline motor car running from San Diego to La Jolla, California.’ A McKeen Motor Car at the Hotel Cabrillo in La Jolla. 5×7 glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.
Johhe rules the dancefloor at the Jam Jam club in Kobe. He spins, shuffles and launches a series of high kicks: his baggy trousers billowing as he syncs his moves to the steady tempo of singer Luther Ingram’s 1967 non-hit If It’s All the Same to You Babe.
“I stand with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline. We have witnessed inspiring and brave acts by Native Americans and their allies who are defending and trying to protect their sacred sites and the safety of their sole source of water.The fossil fuel industry – and the owners of the Dakota Access Pipeline in particular – have been proceeding with what appears to be a dangerous project in blatant disregard of obvious risks to the Missouri River and with disrespec
An international trade deal being negotiated in secret is a “turbo-charged privatisation pact” that poses a threat to democratic sovereignty and “the very concept of public services”, campaigners have warned.
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Most cities are indigenous, insofar as they are built on the lands of dispossessed first peoples. Paul Daley, Guardian Australia’s leading voice on Indigenous history, explores whether a city’s ‘indigeneity’ is just a matter of population – or if culture and equality count just as much