Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Flood Wall Street 10 make history

The Flood Wall Street 10 make history. For the first time, a judge has acknowledged the legitimate concern for climate change and global warming.

The Flood Wall Street 10 make history

A month or so ago, I wrote about the Flood Wall Street defendants. They were facing felony charges for sitting in the street to protest Wall Street’s complicity in global climate warming (the banksters fund the projects that cause deforestation and pollution from unattended oil spills). Not anymore. A judge cleared them of charges last week, […]

On Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio–the case of Kimani Gray

UPDATE 3/12: We have recorded the interview and it is now available on podcast. You can find the podcast here. Enjoy! Thursday March 12–I talk to Atiq Zabinski and Kelly Stuart, collaborators on the documentary Defended in the Streets. Kimani’s Story. It’s a movie about the death of Kimani Gray, a young man of color […]

anybody else feel this way?

First the political, then the personal.  Anybody else feel this way lately– like your brain is being eaten? That it ain’t the heat, it’s the stupidity?  That there are too many dumb and-or crazy things going on to address? The inspiration for this essay came to me a few weeks ago, when it was announced that […]