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    Prevent Nuclear War!

    Prevent  Nuclear War!

    Actions you can take to prevent nuclear war: Link to article .

    August 6th and August 9th mark the 74th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    You can divest from banks and companies that make nuclear bombs.You can ask your city or pension plan to divest from the banks that make loans to nuclear companies.  

    Nausicaäof the Valley of the Wind” is good anti-war film by Miyazaki.  
    It may be “the best animated film ever made”.

    It is fun to work with idealistic folks who oppose nuclear weapons. Some marched across the country in the Great Peace March.  Others marched and rallied to close and clean up the toxic nuclear weapons plants.  Others wrote letters, sat down to block roads,  organized rallies,  made signs, stood with others with signs, attended protests, blocked railroad tracks by camping on top of them,, marched, showed films, signed postcards, and signed petitions.  Others made t-shirt designs, bumperstickers, banners,  and postcards. 

     Groups working to prevent nuclear war:

    International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons-  https://www.icanw.org/

    Union of Concerned Scientists- https://www.ucsusa.org/nuclear-weapons

    Physicians for Social Responsibility-https://www.psr.org/issues/nuclear-weapons-abolition

    Federation of American Scientists- https://fas.org/

    Shut the Camps

    Shut the Camps

    I saw this woman wearing this shirt. I told her I that liked it. She made it herself, cutting off the sleeves of a shirt and writing the words on the shirt. It made me feel good to see that she had created a message shirt to bring attention to a cause she cared about. She said many people her age don't know what this shirt is about. Here are some groups helping asylum seekers.



    Mile High Ministries Denver CO https://www.milehighmin.org

    There are other refugee groups along the borders which are mentioned in newspapers in TX, AZ, and NV.

    Here is an article about asylum seekers:


    Politicians get support by creating fear by demonizing immigrants and ethnic and religious minorities. The US refused a ship of Jewish refugees from Hitler's Germany and also imprisoned Japanese citizens. Sometimes this is done so that locals can take the houses, lands,  and farms of the minorities. This was done to the Jews in Germany,  to the Japanese in California, and to the Native Americans.  . Empires often rule by “divide and conquer”, spurring their rivals to fight each other. So the 1% may want the middle and lower income citizens to blame minorities and immigrants rather than the 1%. The US blames Muslims, Central Americans,Blacks, and Latinos; China blames the Uighurs, Burma blames the Rohingha, Russia blames the Muslims, Europeans blame Muslims and Africans, Turkey blames the Armenians and Kurds; Israel, UAE, the Saudis, and the US blame Iran; Israel blames Palestinians, Arabs blame Israel, Hindus blame Muslims, Muslims blame Hindus, ...

        There are marches and protests outside the private prisons that profit from mistreating refugees.

    Great Group Helps Africans Plant Trees

    Great Group Helps  Africans Plant Trees

    Trees for the Future gives trees to lower income people in Africa to plant .  They also give wheel barrows and shovels.  They give other seeds and seedlings.  The local people get food and income from the crops; the trees store carbon; the land comes back; and many other species of plants and animals return to flourish.   https://trees.org

    Writer Cory Doctorow Warns about the Dangers of Big Tech, Monopolies, and the Corporate and Government Takeover of the Web

    Writer Cory Doctorow Warns about the Dangers of Big Tech, Monopolies, and the Corporate and Government Takeover of the Web

    on KGNU Radio "Connections" interview (5-24-19  at 8:30 am -9:30 am in their archives). 

    He discussed how the EU passed a copyright law that will mess up small and medium websites.  He also said that we need to to have the anti-trust  and anti-monopoly laws again.  After Reagan, all these laws were overturned by judges who claimed that as long as the consumer gets cheap prices, it is fine for companies to buy their competitors- both big ones and small growing ones.  They can sharply cut what is paid to  their supply chains and workers,  like Walmart did.  And they can take over their competitors as FB did with IG and Snapchat.  Google was allowed to  buy Utube.  Cory Doctorow has radical science fiction about corporations and governments taking advantage of individuals and immigrants.  He has many great books - science fiction with characters and with  messages.  He supports the Electronic Frontier Foundation.  His website is:  https://craphound.com  He says that it is important who big tech is done "to" and who it is done "for".

    We Need Political Will to Protect Biodiversity

    We Need Political Will to Protect Biodiversity

    We need changes in farming and in energy production  (from oil, gas, and coal)  to wind and solar.   “ The best options are found in better governance, putting biodiversity concerns into the heart of farming and energy policies, the application of scientific knowledge and technology, and increased awareness and behavioral changes,” Watson said. “The evidence shows that we do know how to protect and at least partially restore our vital natural assets. We know what we have to do.” Link

    Save the Clean Water Act along with the Streams, Wetlands and Lakes from Oil Companies.

    Save the Clean Water Act along with the Streams, Wetlands and Lakes from Oil Companies.


    Please click and comment to the EPA ant the Amy Corps of Engineers. Here is an alert from the Waterkeepers

    The last chance to comment on a Trump administration proposal that would gut the Clean Water Act is April 15. The proposal, which has no basis in science, would be disastrous for our waterways, removing safeguards from historically protected rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands, and other waters.

    Just as a child with the flu can infect a whole classroom, pollution in these waterways could taint all the waters they connect with, imperiling drinking water sources and endangered species from coast to coast.

    Just a few examples:

    Sixty percent of creeks and streams in California could lose Clean Water Act protection.
    The Central Closed Basin, a 14,605-square-mile sub-watershed of the Rio Grande, stretching from Albuquerque into Mexico, could lose protection.
    Irrigation ditches that run for 250 miles along just one creek in the Rogue River watershed could lose protection.
    Montana’s Big Hole River, home to the last native sustaining population of Arctic Grayling in the lower 48 United States, could lose protection.
    Our complete work on this proposal is here.

    “It’s vital to the health of our larger rivers that these smaller rivers are protected,” says Wade Fellin, program director of Upper Missouri Waterkeeper.

    All our waters deserve protection. Speak up now to preserve the Clean Water Act’s protections for waterways around the country. We are close to 5,000 comments from our supporters. Please share this with a friend and help us get there!

    Note: Please personalize your comment by including the reasons why clean water is so important to you and any other concerns you have.