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BIRTHING JUSTICE: Without Firing an Arm, We Created a Revolution

Started Apr 9, 2012 0 Replies

BIRTHING JUSTICE: Without Firing an Arm, We Created a RevolutionBy Beverly Bell April 6, 2012Welcome to Birthing Justice: Women Creating Economic and Social Alternatives. The series features twelve…Continue

Tags: movement, workers', land, reform, grabs

BIRTHING JUSTICE: Women in Peace-Building: Peace amidst War for Resource Control

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shamita Omote Apr 2, 2012. 1 Reply

BIRTHING JUSTICE: Women in Peace-Building: Peace amidst War for Resource Controlby Beverly Bell, Other WorldsWelcome to Birthing Justice: Women Creating Economic and Social Alternatives. The series…Continue

Tags: peace, Nigeria, energy, environment, Africa

 

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CULTIVATING CLIMATE JUSTICE: BRAZILIAN WORKERS LEADING THE CHARGE TOWARD ZERO WASTE

This is part 1 of a four-part article series “Cultivating Climate Justice” which tells the stories of community groups on the frontlines of the pollution, waste and climate crises, working together for systems change. United across six continents, these grassroots groups are defending community rights to…See More
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"Thanks for this excellent post...I hope the Nov 20th strikes cause the government to take notice and take action... "
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Ayotzinapa's Uncomfortable Dead

By Charlotte María Sáenz, Other WorldsAyotzinapa’s Uncomfortable Dead[1]Vivos se los llevaron y vivos los queremos. “Alive, they were taken, and alive we want them back,” became the national and international public’s rallying cry for the 43 disappeared male student teachers attacked by municipal police and then…See More
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GENDERING PEASANT MOVEMENTS, GENDERING FOOD SOVEREIGNTY

"What peasant and grassroots women want is to build a feminism pertinent to their realities." -Pamela Caro. November 4, 2014Dr. Pamela Caro, Santiago, ChileInterview Taken and Edited by Deepa Panchang and Beverly Bell Pamela Caro is a director of the Program of Labor Citizenship with the Women’s Development Research Center (…See More
Nov 4
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ON WORLD DAY OF FOOD SOVEREIGNTY, STRUGGLING FOR LAND IN BRAZIL

Families in a Landless Workers Movement squatter encampment, hoping to win legal title to the land. Photo: Andy Lin.October 14, 2014By Beverly BellOctober 16 is World Food Day. To ensure that there is food for the world, and that it is not controlled by corporations, small farmers and allies across the globe have also…See More
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ON NATIONAL DAY OF MAIZE IN MEXICO, PROTECTING THE SACRED PLANT

Adelita San Vicente Tello speaking at a local celebration of Mexico's first National Holiday of Native and Creole Seeds. Photo courtesy of Adelita San Vicente Tello.By Adelita San Vicente TelloSeptember 30, 2014Mexicans celebrated National Day of Maize yesterday, September 29, 2014, with demonstrations, marches, and…See More
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HAITIAN TOURISM PROJECT LEADS TO ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE AND COMMUNITY REPRESSION

By Other Worlds and the Solidarity and Resistance Collective for the Population of Île-à-Vache“Destination Île-à-Vache” is a government-driven tourist project planned for a small island off the northern coast of Haiti, Île-à-Vache. Plans include an international airport, golf courses,1,500 hotel bungalows, agri-tourism, and “tourist villages” which will include boutiques, restaurants and even a night club. Groundbreaking…See More
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The Global Disability Rights Movement: Winning Power, Participation, and Access

                                An Interview with Diana Samarasan, Disability Rights Fund                                                               By Beverly Bell                                                                August 5, 2014 Diana Samarasan is founder and director of the Disability Rights Fund, a path-breaking advocacy and grantmaking organization. The Fund’s motto is “Building community capacity to achieve the human rights…See More
Aug 5
Gina Cerasani commented on Deepa Panchang's blog post Reconstruction or Haiti’s Latest Disaster? Tourism Development on Île-à-Vache Island
"Thank you for sharing this story. I visited Île-à-Vache in January 2012 and stayed here: http://www.thevacationvillage.com/. It's a beautiful island, and I loved exploring it and meeting people. It angers me to read how the…"
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Other Worlds is a women-driven, multi-media education and movement-building collaborative. Other Worlds inspires hope and knowledge that another world is possible, and helps build it. We compile and bring to light political, economic, social, and environmental alternatives that are flourishing throughout the world, and inspire and help the public throughout the Americas open up new pathways to adapt and replicate them. We support the global movements that are propelling the alternatives. In the U.S., we seek to draw in new participants and strengthen existent efforts for economic justice, environmentally sound systems, and meaningful democracy.
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CULTIVATING CLIMATE JUSTICE: BRAZILIAN WORKERS LEADING THE CHARGE TOWARD ZERO WASTE

Posted on November 18, 2014 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

This is part 1 of a four-part article series “Cultivating Climate Justice” which tells the stories of community groups on the frontlines of the pollution, waste and climate crises, working together for systems change. United across six continents, these grassroots groups are defending…

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Ayotzinapa's Uncomfortable Dead

Posted on November 11, 2014 at 1:29pm 2 Comments



By Charlotte María Sáenz, Other Worlds



Ayotzinapa’s Uncomfortable Dead[1]



Vivos se los llevaron y vivos los queremos. “Alive, they were taken, and alive we want them back,” became the national and international public’s rallying cry for the 43…

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GENDERING PEASANT MOVEMENTS, GENDERING FOOD SOVEREIGNTY

Posted on November 4, 2014 at 1:59pm 0 Comments

"What peasant and grassroots women want is to build a feminism pertinent to their realities." -Pamela Caro. 

November 4, 2014

Dr. Pamela Caro, Santiago, Chile

Interview Taken and Edited by Deepa Panchang and…

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ON WORLD DAY OF FOOD SOVEREIGNTY, STRUGGLING FOR LAND IN BRAZIL

Posted on October 15, 2014 at 12:42pm 0 Comments

Families in a Landless Workers Movement squatter encampment, hoping to win legal title to the land. Photo: Andy Lin.

October 14, 2014



By Beverly Bell



October 16 is World Food Day. To ensure that there is food for the world, and that it is not…

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At 10:37am on March 13, 2012, Dr. Yogendra Yadav said…

I am a gandhian scholor and have a deep knoledge in gandhian philosphy. I am a editor of a bio monthaly magzine 'khoj gandhi ki'

 
 
 

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