In the tradition of People’s Movement Assemblies, Got Green and Community to Community hosted the 2nd PNW Just Transition Assembly on September 2-5, 2016. 200 participants from Vancouver BC, Oregon, and Washington continued developing a long term regional strategy for the Next Economy in the Pacific Northwest. The Assembly was a bilingual space in both Spanish and English, with political education panels and tracks, healing and arts space, shared meals and music.
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September 27, 2016
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Indigenous Women Leaders of Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance to Speak Out For Protection of Earth and Water
In October 2015, leading up to the COP21 UN Climate Negotiations in Paris, GGJ led 7 inspiring days of organizers exchanges with incredible people organizing and building power in Paris around issues of migrant justice, police violence, displacement, feminism, and racial justice. We shared stories, lessons, strategies, and began to build relationships for long term movement building through COP21 and beyond.
Audio Recordings from the #ItTakesRoots #PeoplesCaravan
#SeNecesitaRaices: Voces del Lanzamiento del La Caravana Del Pueblo
Un collage de algunas de las voces del lanzamiento de la Caravana del Pueblo en Cleveland 7/22/16, donde hablo la Rosalina Domínguez Madrid una compañera de Berta Cáceres y un miembro del COPINH.
On Wednesday July 20th, 45 people on the frontlines of extractive energy, anti-black racism, and state violence came together in Cleveland to launch the It Takes Roots People's Caravan from the Republican National Convention to the Democratic Natio
Philly Dirty Secret Exposed
The Philadelphia Southport Community Welcomes International Delegation to Bear Witness on a “Toxic Tour” During DNC
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Berta didn't die---she multiplied!
Hundreds of activists march on the DNC with the daughter of Berta Cáceres bearing masks of the slain Honduran Indigenous activist calling for an end to US Military Aid
As the It Takes Roots to Weather the Storm People's Caravan heads to Philadelphia to confront the DNC, we continue our call to action for Justice for Berta Cáceres and all the other Honduran activists whose lives have been taken violently because of their organizing to defend Indigenous people, the Earth and women, and their struggle for self-determination.