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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The New Abolitionism

We need to become "The New Abolitionists." As we work to abolish modern slavery, we also need to work for the abolition of fossil fuel extraction. The future of our planet depends on a total transformation of our fossil-fuel dependent economy.

Before the cannons fired at Fort Sumter, the Confederates announced their rebellion with lofty rhetoric about “violations of the Constitution of the United States” and “encroachments upon the reserved rights of the States.” Read more.

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