Dot Org: Beautiful Trouble

Beautiful Trouble exists to make nonviolent revolution irresistible by providing an suite of strategic tools and trainings that inspire movements for a more just, healthy, and equitable world.  Rae Abeleah talks with host Nikki Kayser.   Download    

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Journalism as Activism

“The best journalists are activists on behalf of the truth.” – Adrienne Russell In the new post-truth world that we find ourselves, Adrienne Russell says that it’s important now more than ever for journalists to embrace their role as activists. […]

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Showing Up for Racial Justice

“The call to action from national, black led organizations has been that white people must educate fellow white people.” -Marissa Hallo Tafura of Boulder SURJ Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) is a national organization that educates the white public […]

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Remnants: A Memoir of Spirit, Activism, and Mothering

“It is possible to live a very full life, and struggle for justice.” Dr. Rachel E. Harding is Assistant Professor of Indigenous Spiritual Traditions in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado in Denver. She is also […]

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COP20 Lima: Youth Movement in Climate Action

The youth movement at the climate talks has always had a strong presence but has found itself without an available venue to be part of the climate negotiations. Still their actions have been consistent, creative, and unavoidable as some have […]

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International Day of Peace

This Sunday September 21st is the International Day of Peace.  There are events happening around the world including in Denver where people are invited to gather in Martin Luther King Park from 11am to 2pm for Peace in thePark.  The […]

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The People’s Climate Train

The People’s Climate Train left Sacramento on Monday and made a whistle stop in Denver last night. Dozens of Coloradans are traveling to march in the streets of New York City prior to next week’s UN Climate Summit.    

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