We are hiring a Finance & HR Manager!

Finance & HR Manager Job Description Start date projected for September 2021 Applications Due: July 23, 2021, or until filled. Flexible Location within the United States. GGJ’s team has worked remotely for 15 years. During COVID-19 travel restrictions, all of...

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Seeds of Resilience

We Stand with India’s Farmers!

Now Let’s Connect the Dot Between the Forces of Neoliberalism that Stifle Farmers, from India to the U.S. A solidarity statement for the brave and historic protests in India from farmers, agroecology and food justice networks in the U.S.  “We are ...

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It’s Our Birthday!

Español abajo This year GGJ turned 15!   Fifteen years of radical reimaginations, of birthing movements and alliances, of growing and learning together, of weaving and visioning and building across issues with bold activists, care workers, elders, young people, women, Indigenous...

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Movements Move Mountains

Dear Community, The people decided! Our movements won this election. And we will keep winning. This election season has confirmed some fundamental truths—many of which GGJ members have known for the past 15 years, but are even more true today....

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The People Decided! A Love Letter to Our Movements

Photo credit: Rucha Chitnis It’s been four long years. We have experienced the devastation of the Trump administration, and this year we have seen the level of deterioration and inadequacy of neoliberal governance under capitalism laid bare in the continued...

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Defend Democracy! Count Every Vote!

Photo Credit: Margaret Kwateng *español abajo* The 2020 election was historic on many counts: a record number of people exercised their right to vote in the face of a global pandemic and explicit threats from white nationalists; we saw the...

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US Elections: Beyond Borders

US Elections Impact the Planet and People Around the World Espanõl abajo “Although Palestinians cannot vote in upcoming US elections, we have a lot at stake,” said Nidaa Nassar, Executive Director of Baladna, an association of Arab youth that builds...

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Atatiana Jefferson, presente!

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance strongly condemns the October 12th killing of Atatiana Jefferson by Officer Aaron Dean, a member of the Fort Worth, TX police department. Atatiana, who was 28 years old, was at home playing video games with her...

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First day at Cumbre De Los Pueblos 2014

Conferencia Internacional de Sistemas de Produccion Ecologica y Cambio Climatico by Arturo Trejo, Southwest Workers’ Union When I was introduced to agroecologia by the Roots of Change Cooperative in San Antonio, the concept seemed very simple; a discipline of climate...

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Press Release: WTO Protesters Denounce REDD Rice

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 6, 2013 Reject carbon trading with food
Contacts: Indra Lubis, Via Campesina, SPI, +6281266660561 (Bahasa and English)
Tom Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network, +62 812 3724 2271 – Indonesia
+ 1 218 760 0442 – USA
Denpasar,...

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No REDD Rice Manifesto

No WTO! No REDD!
No to using Rice for Carbon Markets!
December 6, 2013 ● Bali, Indonesia
We, the undersigned Indigenous Peoples, peasants, fisherfolks, immigrants, women, youth, cooks and civil society of the world gathered in Bali to protest the...

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Update from the #EndWTO Week of Action in Bali!

By: Edgar Franks, Community to Community Development Solidarity between different fronts of struggle was apparent at the opening day of the #EndWTO Bali Week of Action.  From the Philippines to Thailand to Korea to Africa, every speaker called out that...

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#EndWTO Week of Action in Bali

They say WTO! We Say Hell No! Bali here we come. GGJ is about to be on its way to Bali, Indonesia to support the Asian Social Movements in challenging the corporate guardian World Trade Organization (WTO). For this exciting...

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