Power in Numbers: Thousands Say NO to Coal Reliance in Germany

Coordinated by Kathrin Henneberger, member of the environmental justice group Ende Gelände, over 6,000 protesters were separated into groups in order to cover the most ground. One group rushed the coal mines, another camped out on rail tracks leading to a coal-fired power station, blocking trains from entering or leaving the area. Several of these demonstrators were detained by The Aachen Police force.

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The New Concentration Camp of America: A Resource Guide

Have we collectively forgotten that seeking asylum in this country has long been a basic right? Are we simply too distracted by our own reflection to care? People seeking refuge being treated so shamelessly, detailed illegally, and turned a blind eye to collectively is a sad and inhumane retelling of history. One that is now happening now in droves within the occupied continent of the United States. It will continue, unless the public decides to take it upon themselves - ourselves - to enact change.

Contained here is a brief resource guide on what to do during this time.

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Words on Thursday: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Reparations

Author Ta-Nehisi Coates spoke to lawmakers at a recent House committee hearing that the debate over reparations is “a dilemma of inheritance.” Coates eloquently rebutted against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for stating a day earlier for speaking against reparations, with reason being that no one currently living is responsible. Coates’ speech reflected the inequalities created by slavery persist today, including in the form of economic and health disparities.

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The Unnatural Death of the Amazon

As a human family, what is going on? The 1% of the world live in a constant state of self-importance that causes the turn of an infinite blind eye to the truth. And what's worse is that the system we're in can't really be escaped, because it was built around us. We never walked through any gates to get here, we were just born right into it, and raised to believe it's normal.

— written by Sera Lindsey

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What We Know, Yet Refuse

We need a humanitarian revolution that addresses the root causes of ecological destruction. This can only happen if we come together in communities to reckon with our situation. We must choose to live differently on the Earth. To confront climate change, we need a single-minded effort similar to what the US did in World War Two. After Pearl Harbor, the entire society shifted to war-time production and aggregated its resources for a shared goal.

— written by Daniel Pinchbeck

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Gardening with the Moon

What if I told you that you could create extraordinary magick in your veggie patch? You see, I apply the principles of moon gardening to my magickal practice, as well. Over the past two decades, I have intertwined my magical and mundane lives and there is no separation between them. This is intentional living. This is the witches way.

— written by Erin Duffy Oswald

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Becoming the Bear

We as women and as people must not only accept the bear within us but celebrate it. We are fierce, wild, determined daughters. We are gentle, loving, nurturing mothers. We are naïve girls traipsing through adolescence and tumbling headfirst into our own inspiration. We are the wise women who watch the world over. We retreat in solitude into our dampened dark dens and emerge having birthed new life.

— written by Lindsay Vermillion

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Sacred Sobriety & Magical Reclamation

During this inward season and particularly before this October New Moon, we have the opportunity to be revealed to ourselves in sharp definition. What do you see through your reflection? What has existed for too long, and what parts of you require more care? Now is the time to inquire and explore with courage.

— written by Sera Lindsey

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Anger as an Arrow

Feeling and expressing anger is often a radical practice of love. Like full-to-the-brim love. The kind that is bursting and burning. Anger is revolution, believing in something better and different, which I don’t think we can get enough of these days.

— written by Jennifer Patterson

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