While Marley’s charges were dropped, charges against other protesters stand. Chainbreaker, Common Cause, Santa Fe Dreamers each won Santa Fe Community Foundation Pinon Awards. The blog includes video from the Awards ceremony focusing on Chainbreaker.
News on a two-day Kingian Non-Violence Civil Disobedience Training led by Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr., American Civil Rights Leader and recipient of the Gandhi International Humanitarian Award. Limited tickets available. Also news on: this Saturday’s special KSFR show, a house party… Read More ›
Today we do not discuss any specific actions, but rather we explore how each of us can sustain a sense of hope when every day we face headlines that scream horror. What is a caring person to do in the… Read More ›
Today we examine the shameless reality that we have come to accept as Life in America. Moreover, we examine our Congressional Representatives’ records in (not) supporting legislation that might address this reality. We include an update on Puerto Rico, a… Read More ›
29 million Americans would lose coverage, deep cuts to Medicaid, targeted block grants ‘rewarding’ GOP states that did not expand Medicaid and deep cuts for states like NM that did expand Medicaid, no protections for pre-existing conditions, no coverage for… Read More ›
Entrada Protest: Can Arrests Change the Conversation? If so, is There a Lesson Related to Climate & Immigrant Justice?
In a Nation article from December, Bill McKibbon wrote of how the urgency of climate change dictated non-violent direct action as a key strategy. Retake examines McKibbon’s thinking and questions if we may need to learn something from Jennifer Marley…. Read More ›