and B Media Collective descend and dance for justice. B Media does some great work. Peace, justice, economic pressure. Boycotts work.
Part three in a series: “Special Legislative Session: The Big Picture.” At a time when children and families need job training, affordable housing and other economic supports the most, Washington state’s investment in economic security over the last few years has decreased dramatically. The recession took a huge toll on Washingtonians – today over 900,000 […]
This bill would guarantee due process. Seattle University Law professor, Lorraine Bannai, a Japanese American, spoke about her family’s ordeal during internment. Stephen Bradburg, former BushCo official who helped install US torture policy, testified that NDAA is needed to maintain ‘flexibility.’ Hats off to Professor Bannai, Comments comments
In the 1960s, anti-war music, rock music, and folk music transformed culture and helped bring an end to the Vietnam War. Nowadays, there seems to be too little popular music about social justice and peace. The costs of war are largely hidden from people. Films cover war mostly as entertainment. Soldiers are treated as heroes […]