We talk with local activists and farmers about food sustainability.
Was the emergence of capitalism a preordained affair? Was it natural and inevitable that capitalism developed in England and spread to the rest of the world, as conventional accounts would have it? Or was capitalism’s emergence contingent, arising out of social conflict in the countryside? Marxist scholars Christopher Isett and Stephen Miller explore what the … Continued
Renowned peace activist Kathy Kelly, just out of federal prison and on her way to Afghanistan, stops in to talk about her activist journey and the connections between mass incarceration, drone warfare, police killings, climate justice and smoking. Kathy is the co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence. Listen to the full 40-minute discussion with Kathy … Continued
Caroline hosts John Roulac, Green Man, biz wizard, ceo www.nutiva.com offering his guiding pragmatic lucidity: Regenerative Ag can save our planet! John’s latest post on EcoWatch. “And this just in the news reporting that BACK 252M years ago an event helped wipe out many species from too much acid in the ocean ! Let’s hack … Continued
Mark Arax is a former reporter with the Los Angeles Times. He is the author of many award winning books including The King Of California: J.G. Boswell and the Making of A Secret American Empire and his latest West of the West : Dreamers, Believers, Builders, And Killers In The Golden State.