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No Coal No Gas
Much of our work is supporting the
New England Utility Strike
It's time for bold action to save our planet and protect our health and wellbeing.
Burning fossil fuel is immoral and nonessential.
Approximately 10% of our electric bill goes toward subsidizing massive fossil fuel corporations.
Demanding change from our legislators and street protests have not given us the change we need, so IT'S TIME TO STRIKE!
See this LINK to start participating as a supporter or to engage in the strike.
Nonviolent Direct Action
Through nonviolent direct action, education, training, and celebration, we seek to build empowered, diverse, fiercely loving communities where people are able to live equitably, compassionately, and sustainably with each other and our natural word.
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The Albert Einstein Institution
The Einstein Institution was founded by Gene Sharp, a pioneering scholar in the theory, history, and practices of nonviolent action. His work has been used to not only launch an entire academic area of scholarship; it has also been used by on-the-ground activists to successfully overthrow some of the most ruthless dictators in the world, corporate corruption, and other forms of national and local structures of oppression.
Access to many of his works can be obtained free by visiting their library of resources HERE.
Social Justice with Rev. Kendra Ford
Reverend Kendra Ford talks about social justice in our communities at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Exeter, NH. Her work is vital in helping people see how they can work toward promoting social justice in their lives and in their communities in ways in which they feel called. Some of her "musings" can be seen HERE, and we will also periodically publish her writings on our blog.
Native Voices - Dr. Siobhan Senier
Professor of Native American Literature and Women's Studies at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, Dr. Siobhan Senier has written extensively on Native American literature/voices, and she also publishes works in the areas of Sustainability, Disability Studies, and Digital Humanities. In addition, she helps edit a Website created from a book she edited, Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Writing from Indigenous New England. Her newest book is also out: Sovereignty & Sustainability.
NH Community Rights Network
Michelle Sanborn is coordinator of NHCRN, a statewide grassroots organization that is part of a national Community Rights Network organization working with the support of CELDF (Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund). NHCRN informs and educates communities and elected officials about the need for state constitutional change recognizing the right to local self-determination through the development and passage of local rights ordinances that help protect the inherent and unalienable rights of all inhabitants to social, environmental, and economic justice, including the rights of nature.
New Hampshire Citizen Action News
Celebrating work of ordinary citizens improving their communities
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