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The Revolution Will Not Be Funded

January 12, 2012

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"I’m very much afraid of this ‘Foundation Complex.’ We’re getting praise from places that worry me." -Ella Baker, June 1963 "I want us all to be real creative about our tactics and strategies to dismantle the empire." – Joo-Hyun Kang, The Revolution Will Not Be Funded Conference, 2004 WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF THE NON-PROFIT […]

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Beyond The Non-Profit Industrial Complex | Resources For Organizing

January 12, 2012

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Resources For Organizing / >> Beyond The Non-Profit Industrial Complex / (Image: artwork done by Cristy C. Road and is the cover for Left Turn Magazine’s issue on The Revolution Will Not Be Funded.) “I’m very much afraid of this ‘Foundation Complex.’ We’re getting praise from places that worry me.”- Ella Baker, June 1963 "I […]

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WATCH: NGOs Behind the War on Libya – Nov. 27th, 2011 Julien Teil Interview

November 29, 2011

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“The Humanitarian War” is a film about the demonization of Gaddafi in the run-up to the war in Libya. In this carefully researched documentary, Julien Teil examines the documents and interrogates the NGOs behind the campaign to oust Gaddafi, and shows the lack of evidence for the alleged war crimes that supposedly justified UN intervention. […]

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Indigenous Groups: Reject REDD: A False Solution that Breads a New Form of Climate Racism

November 26, 2011

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“We call upon all people committed to climate justice to support life, and we implore the global community to take responsibility for reducing emission of green house gases at the source and to reject REDD+ as a false solution that breads a new form of climate racism.” .IPCCA. Indigenous Peoples’ Biocultural Climate Change Assessment Initiative […]

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The KeystoneXL Greenwash – Pipeline to the White House?

November 10, 2011

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Admin: 350.org reports: BREAKING NEWS: Keystone Rejected. We Won. You Won. Thank you.  We only wish it were this easy. Unfortunately – it is not. And this is not a win. And by the way – does anyone remember the original campaign of the tar sands movement?  It was “SHUT DOWN THE TAR SANDS”. All […]

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NGOs Who Led the Way for the NATO/Imperialist Invasion of Libya, the Slaughter of Libyan Civilians and the Brutal Assassination of Mu’ummar Qaddafi

October 25, 2011

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Source: Martin Iqbal: http://empirestrikesblack.com ·The Libyan League for Human Rights is a Switzerland based NED-affiliated Zionist-globalist mainstay · The LLHR provided the false testimony of massacres of civilians in Benghazi/Tripoli to the UN Human Rights Council in February · The NTC Media, Education, and the Oil & Finance Ministers, are ALL members of the LLHR, […]

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CEOs of Big Foundations, Environmental NGOs Rake in the ‘Green’

October 24, 2011

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by Dan Bacher 10/10/2011 Grassroots environmental organizations including the Friends of the River, American River Conservancy and California Native Plant Society have reported dwindling income in recent years, the result of declining government and foundation funds available due to the current Wall Street-engineered economic disaster. (http://www.sacbee.com/2011/10/10/3971670/conservation-nonprofits-squeezed.html) Many organizations are having to lay off key staff, […]

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My Jakarta: Sari, Ex-Activist

October 7, 2011

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My Jakarta: Sari, Ex-Activist Maria Yuniar | October 06, 2011 ‘The Longer I Was Involved With the NGO, the More It Felt Like a Corporation’ Sari used to be an activist who would volunteer her time to campaign on environmental issues. For a while, she was actively involved in an international nongovernmental organization that was […]

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Who Really Leads on the Environment? The “Movement” Verses Evo Morales

September 30, 2011

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The Environmental “Movement” Versus the Bolivian Morales Government September 30th, 2011 by Cory Morningstar Evo Morales is Bolivia’s first-ever Indigenous president. In his January 2006 inaugural speech, Morales’s focus was the years of discrimination against Indians, and he compared Bolivia to apartheid-era South Africa. Morales hailed the election as the end of the Colonial and […]

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TAKE ACTION: Tell Avaaz to STOP the Destabilization of Bolivia Campaign

September 29, 2011

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The recent kidnapping (then release) of the Foreign Minister by the marchers shows how dangers the situation has become and the fear of real inter-indigenous clashes becoming real grows. Now is the time for us to help Bolivia and its people, not jump behind imperialist campaigns to overthrow a government that has lead the way […]

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