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Confessions of a Climate Change Denier

By Yotam Marom Originally published by Waging Nonviolence and OpenDemocracy on July 30, 2013 I suppose it wasn’t really until I was standing on the west side of Hoboken, N.J., in water and oil up to my thigh, that climate change really made sense. And it wasn’t until I was out organizing on New York … Continue reading

A Symphony for Trayvon Martin

By Yotam Marom Originally published by Waging Nonviolence on July 16, 2013 I had been to Atlanta, Ga., before — running trainings with Occupy Our Homes Atlanta as part of the Wildfire Project. But until Saturday, I had never been to Atlanta the day George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin. In … Continue reading