No Planet B

So what are they asking for with the Red Deal? Teen Vogue spoke with Antonio and Red Nation cofounder Dr. Melanie Yazzie to find out. What Is the Red Deal? The Red Deal was crafted by community members, Native people, young people, ...

Author: Lucy Diavolo

Publisher: Haymarket Books

ISBN: 9781642593792

Category: Science


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Teen Vogue, the fresh voice of a generation of activists, currates a dynamic collection of timely pieces on the climate justice movement. With accessible, concise explanations of the features and causes of climate change as well as pieces urging an intersectional approach to environmental justice this book is the handbook for the emerging youth climate movement. Using a feminist, indigenous, antiracist, internationalist lens the book paints a picture of a world in climate crisis and presents bold, courageous ideas for how to save it. Featuring introductions from leading climate activists, No Planet B is essential reading for everyone fighting for a Green New Deal and more.

The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Art Visual Culture and Climate Change

SUBHANKAR: I think people will read the Red Deal or they may read an article on it from either of you or one of your the Red Nation comrades, and they may see the Red Deal as a significant “document,” but may miss that it actually is ...

Author: T. J. Demos

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000342260

Category: Art

Page: 466

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International in scope, this volume brings together leading and emerging voices working at the intersection of contemporary art, visual culture, activism, and climate change, and addresses key questions, such as: why and how do art and visual culture, and their ethics and values, matter with regard to a world increasingly shaped by climate breakdown? Foregrounding a decolonial and climate-justice-based approach, this book joins efforts within the environmental humanities in seeking to widen considerations of climate change as it intersects with social, political, and cultural realms. It simultaneously expands the nascent branches of ecocritical art history and visual culture, and builds toward the advancement of a robust and critical interdisciplinarity appropriate to the complex entanglements of climate change. This book will be of special interest to scholars and practitioners of contemporary art and visual culture, environmental studies, cultural geography, and political ecology.

Fascinating Facts from American History

many of these programs outlasted his time and some are still in use today : the Social Security System , Federal Depositors ... In a poll of New York schoolchildren , God ran a poor second to Franklin D. Roosevelt . THE RED DEAL ?

Author: Bill Lawrence

Publisher: Walch Publishing

ISBN: 0825127076

Category: Education

Page: 270

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Provides telling insights into American history through scores of personality profiles, anecdotes, advertisements, and more Includes sources and references for use in independent study


166 This history is not lost on a new generation of climate activists, which is why Indigenous-led groups like the Red Nation have responded by calling for a Red Deal.167 Like the Movement for Black Lives does, the Red Deal calls for ...

Author: Rupa Marya

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 9780374602529

Category: Social Science

Page: 496

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Raj Patel, the New York Times bestselling author of The Value of Nothing, teams up with physician, activist, and co-founder of the Do No Harm Coalition Rupa Marya to reveal the links between health and structural injustices--and to offer a new deep medicine that can heal our bodies and our world. The Covid pandemic and the shocking racial disparities in its impact. The surge in inflammatory illnesses such as gastrointestinal disorders and asthma. Mass uprisings around the world in response to systemic racism and violence. Rising numbers of climate refugees. Our bodies, societies, and planet are inflamed. Boldly original, Inflamed takes us on a medical tour through the human body—our digestive, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, reproductive, immune, and nervous systems. Unlike a traditional anatomy book, this groundbreaking work illuminates the hidden relationships between our biological systems and the profound injustices of our political and economic systems. Inflammation is connected to the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the diversity of the microbes living inside us, which regulate everything from our brain’s development to our immune system’s functioning. It’s connected to the number of traumatic events we experienced as children and to the traumas endured by our ancestors. It’s connected not only to access to health care but to the very models of health that physicians practice. Raj Patel, the renowned political economist and New York Times bestselling author of The Value of Nothing, teams up with the physician Rupa Marya to offer a radical new cure: the deep medicine of decolonization. Decolonizing heals what has been divided, reestablishing our relationships with the Earth and one another. Combining the latest scientific research and scholarship on globalization with the stories of Marya’s work with patients in marginalized communities, activist passion, and the wisdom of Indigenous groups, Inflamed points the way toward a deep medicine that has the potential to heal not only our bodies, but the world.

Becoming Abolitionists

Nick Estes, who helped co-found Red Nation in 2014, explains that the deal focuses on “Indigenous treaty rights, land restoration, sovereignty, self-determination, decolonization, and liberation” in addition to the free housing, ...

Author: Derecka Purnell

Publisher: Astra Publishing House

ISBN: 9781662600524

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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"An informed, provocative, astute consideration of salvific alternatives to contemporary policing and imprisonment." — Starred Review, Kirkus "With deep insight and moral clarity, Purnell invites us not only to imagine a world without police, but to muster the courage to fight for the more just world we know is possible. Becoming Abolitionists is essential reading for our times." — Michelle Alexander, bestselling author of The New Jim Crow "At once specific and sweeping, practical and visionary, Becoming Abolitionists is a triumph of political imagination and a tremendous gift to all movements struggling towards liberation. Do not miss its brilliance!" — Naomi Klein, bestselling author of The Shock Doctrine For more than a century, activists in the United States have tried to reform the police. From community policing initiatives to increasing diversity, none of it has stopped the police from killing about three people a day. Millions of people continue to protest police violence because these "solutions" do not match the problem: the police cannot be reformed. In Becoming Abolitionists, Purnell draws from her experiences as a lawyer, writer, and organizer initially skeptical about police abolition. She saw too much sexual violence and buried too many friends to consider getting rid of police in her hometown of St. Louis, let alone the nation. But the police were a placebo. Calling them felt like something, and something feels like everything when the other option seems like nothing. Purnell details how multi-racial social movements rooted in rebellion, risk-taking, and revolutionary love pushed her and a generation of activists toward abolition. The book travels across geography and time, and offers lessons that activists have learned from Ferguson to South Africa, from Reconstruction to contemporary protests against police shootings. Here, Purnell argues that police can not be reformed and invites readers to envision new systems that work to address the root causes of violence. Becoming Abolitionists shows that abolition is not solely about getting rid of police, but a commitment to create and support different answers to the problem of harm in society, and, most excitingly, an opportunity to reduce and eliminate harm in the first place.

Turning and Mechanical Manipulation

The roots of some of the red deals so abound in turpentine , that the Scottish Highlanders , the natives of the West Indies , and of the Himalayas , use splinters of them as candles . The knots of deal , especially white deal ...

Author: Charles Holtzapffel



Category: Industrial arts


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