The New Architects:  Community Rights Movement with Anneke Campbell

The New Architects: Community Rights Movement with Anneke Campbell

On this episode of The New Architects, we sit down with Anneke Campbell and speak about her book, “We the People: Stories from the Community Rights Movement of the United States‘ and her work with The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF). Anneke Campbell is a writer and documentary filmmaker...

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The New Architects: Breaking the Spell. A History of Anarchist Filmmakers

The New Architects: Breaking the Spell. A History of Anarchist Filmmakers

On this episode of The New Architects, I sit down (virtually) with Chris Robé to talk about his new book Breaking the Spell – A History of Anarchist Filmmakers, Videotape Guerrillas, and Digital Ninjas . Chris Robé is an associate professor in Film and Media Studies at Florida Atlantic University....

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Deep Green Resistance

Deep Green Resistance

We cover so much in this episode and recommend several books and different directions to explore, including subjects that deal with the hi-jacking of movements and personal identity.

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If it’s Not Fun it is Not Sustainable

If it’s Not Fun it is Not Sustainable

There are things we can do in our everyday life that works to build a sustainable living condition, even if you are living in an apartment in the middle of the concrete jungle.

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Honduran Regime Targets Musicians

Honduran Regime Targets Musicians

Cafe Guancasco, a favorite of the Honduran coup resistance movement, sees concert attacked by police and military. Real News speaks with two of the musicians attacked while performing.

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Coup d’etat

Coup d’etat

Social Unrest doesn’t always start in the home-land.

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Capitalism?

Capitalism?

Is Capitalism inherently and fundamentally wrong?

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The Dark Side of Chocolate

The Dark Side of Chocolate

‘The Dark Side of Chocolate’ is a documentary about the continued allegations of trafficking of children and child labor in the international chocolate industry.

While we enjoy the sweet taste of chocolate, the reality is strikingly different for African children.

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The ‘Blood’ Chocolate List

The ‘Blood’ Chocolate List

Sixty per cent of the cocoa industry workforce is made up of children under the age of 14.

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Waseem Wagdi, Egyptian protester

Waseem Wagdi, Egyptian protester

Waseem Wagdi, an Egyptian living in London talks about recent events in Egypt.

Egyptian Embassy, London.

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Chocolate – The Bitter Truth

Chocolate – The Bitter Truth

The widespread use of children in cocoa production is controversial not only because of the usual concerns about child labor and exploitation, but also because up to 12,000 of the 200,000 children working in Ivory Coast, the world’s biggest producer of cocoa, may be victims of human trafficking or slavery.

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Uncompromising Ecological Architecture

Uncompromising Ecological Architecture

FIRST EARTH is a documentary about the movement towards a massive paradigm shift for shelter — building healthy houses in the old ways, out of the very earth itself, and living together like in the old days, by recreating villages.

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The Kingdom of Survival

The Kingdom of Survival

Together they explore radical and alternative visions for the 21st century.

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END MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL

END MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL

More than 500 mountains have been destroyed by mountaintop removal coal mining. Watch this video of mountaintop removal featuring Woody Harrelson and a soundtrack featuring an original recording of “Blowin’ in the Wind,” sung by Willie Nelson.
This video is part of the National Memorial for the Mountains, hosted by www.ilovemountains.org.

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Gay Marriage

Gay Marriage

If you are a person who is against gay marriage, I want you to look into the eyes of the people in this documentary and see the pain you have caused them – because of YOU, they can never feel and expres the same joys that you take for granted each day.

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World Homeless Day/Vacant Building Occupation

World Homeless Day/Vacant Building Occupation

On October 10, 2010 a group called the Creative Housing Liberation held a rally in San Francisco’s Civic Center area to honor the first ever World Homeless Day

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An Invitation

An Invitation

Don Alverto Taxo, a Quichua elder and Iachak (community leader/healer), speaks of the ancient prophecy of the eagle and the condor meeting to bring a new harmony into the world. Don Alverto invites us all to trust the universal human intuition to bring greater harmony into our lives, and to seek after life’s deeper meaning

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Anarchist Anthropologist

Anarchist Anthropologist

A conversation with David Graeber, anarchist and associate professor of anthropology at Yale University about the negative implications of globalization

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Hope

Hope

Harvey Milk was the first openly-gay man to be elected to public office in the US in 1977. His most recognized speech, “You Cannot Live On Hope Alone,” was given in 1978, shortly before he was assassinated. His words resonate particularly today as Californians debate a resolution to ban gay marriage.

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The New Architects – Make Your Own Life: Deodorant

The New Architects – Make Your Own Life: Deodorant

We have arrived with the 2nd video in the ‘Make Your Own Life’ series. Last time we talked about making your own Laundry Soap. Now, we will talk about how to make deodorant.

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Inspiration and Wisdom for Building Community?

Inspiration and Wisdom for Building Community?

This is part personal declaration of independence, social experiment, voyage of spiritual discovery, and manual for self reliance

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The Park, Findhorn Foundation

The Park, Findhorn Foundation

The community at The Park is an ongoing experiment in conscious living. The community are host to many Findhorn Foundation workshops and events, providing a unique environment for experiential learning.

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The New Architects

The New Architects are individuals and communities that make a difference in the way we view the world.

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Eco-Terrorist the New Boogeyman

Eco-Terrorist the New Boogeyman

These days, when you hear the word domestic terrorist, environmental activists probably don’t come to mind. But documents recently leaked show the Pennsylvania Office of Homeland Security has been tracking anti-gas drilling groups and their meetings, including a public screening of the film, GASLAND, a documentary about the environmental hazards of natural gas drilling. Why is the government so scared of these people they call, eco-terrorists, over cases of vandalism? Will Potter, founder of the blog Green Is The New Red, says this was created to be a bunch of hype around the country and to justify their Homeland Security jobs rather than focusing on bigger issues.

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Peter McLaren on Academic Repression

Peter McLaren on Academic Repression

Noted critical theorist, Dr. Peter McLaren, discusses the issues surrounding the demise of academic freedom and the rise of academic repression.

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