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ALICE EMBREE | REMEMBRANCE | Scott Pittman: March 23, 1940 – July 31, 2022

A former UT-Austin activist, Scott settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he devoted himself to the teaching of Permaculture. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | November 28, 2022 Many people knew Scott Pittman in Austin as a … Continue reading

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Alan Locklear Alan Pogue Alan Waldman Alan Wieder Alice Embree Alyce Guynn Anne Lewis Bernardine Dohrn Bill Ayers Bill Fletcher Jr. Bill Freeland Bill Meacham Bill Narum (1947-2009) Bob Feldman Bob Simmons Bruce Melton Carl Davidson Carl R. Hultberg Carlos … Continue reading

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RAG RADIO: Driving in the Left Lane! with host Thorne Dreyer Cutting-edge alternative journalism, politics, and culture in the spirit of the Sixties underground press. KEEP TUNED IN WITH RAG RADIO! Listen to it here: KOOP 91.7-FM in Austin, Texas, … Continue reading

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David MacBryde : In Germany, Power (Grid) to the People!

The German daily Die Tageszeitung humorously splashed on their front page a decades old archive photo of environmental pioneers. The headline: “This is what winners look like.”Power (grid) to the people!Germany’s ‘great transformation’ By David MacBryde / The Rag Blog … Continue reading

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Genetically Modified Crops and the Coming Capitalist Consensus

“GMO giant Monsanto is steamrolling India:” A Greenpeace protester sprays milk-based paint on a Monsanto research soybean field near Atlantic, Iowa. AP photo. These folks are pushing Genetically Modified crops (GMO’s) onto the Third World in the name of ending … Continue reading

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Peak Oil Solutions: Biofuels and GMO’s

Scott Pittman, center, with Harvey Stone and Alice Embree at the Rag Reunion, Sept. 3, 2005. Photo by Carlos Lowry / The Rag Blog.One Step Solution to a Two Step DitchBy Scott Pittman / April 15, 2008 / The Rag … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perception

CRACKED POTS A water bearer in India had two large pots, each hung on the ends of a pole which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it while the other pot was perfect … Continue reading

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War and Hope, Part IV

This is the last of this series. This is where the ‘hope’ part of the message becomes most apparent. Richard Jehn I am finding these extended, thoughtful posts really interesting. The save-the-world topic is a set of arguments that improves … Continue reading

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War and Hope, Part III

This is the next-to-last part of the conversation. I will wind it up tomorrow sometime. My heartfelt gratitude and admiration to the participants in this chat who allowed it to be posted here. Richard Jehn — As far as I … Continue reading

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International Folk Art Market – D. Hamilton

Having been associated with a viewpoint called internationalism, allow me to describe a recent event in which Sally and I participated, the International Folk Art Market, sponsored by the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe. It just completed … Continue reading

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