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“I Don’t Want To Talk About God”

And other dispatches from the prison industrial complex By Lydia Christiansen, Kaleb Riggs, and Jesse Miles For several years now, The Flood has accepted rolling

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War and Warming

Once we accept the unavoidable, seismic changes that the climate crisis promises for the coming decades, we are faced with two worldviews.

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Those Least Responsible

Some of the only statements in line with these realities were made by representatives of the “SIDS” — small island developing states — which make up 20% of UN membership and whose very existence is threatened at a 1.5° increase. “We refuse to be relegated to the footnotes of history, and to be collateral damage for the greed of others,” said Mia Mottley, the Prime Minister of Barbados. “Make no mistake. There will be mass migration by climate refugees that will destabilize the countries of the world that are not on the front line of the climate crisis.”

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Those Least Responsible

Some of the only statements in line with these realities were made by representatives of the “SIDS” — small island developing states — which make up 20% of UN membership and whose very existence is threatened at a 1.5° increase. “We refuse to be relegated to the footnotes of history, and to be collateral damage for the greed of others,” said Mia Mottley, the Prime Minister of Barbados. “Make no mistake. There will be mass migration by climate refugees that will destabilize the countries of the world that are not on the front line of the climate crisis.”

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The Liquification of the Physical World

The hand-in-glove nature of big tech and government relations becomes especially concerning as Zuboff begins to outline the next stage of surveillance capitalism, which she terms “instrumentarian power,” or the ability to modify and manage users behavior directly. With the imperative to improve prediction, it was only a matter of time before companies realized that the most effective way to predict a person’s behavior is to control it.

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Issue 3

The earth has inscribed itself on every form of life, in a diversity of genes and cultures – expressions of survival – shaped over countless generations. Tragically, the record numbers of people being forcibly displaced from familiar lands means that both biological and cultural diversity are increasingly being lost…

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Those Who Die Never Really Die

“Now I am here on this earth and I know of them who died in a dungeon, who died burnt alive, and I want to be their voice. I want to do whatever I can to tell their story. That’s connected to the sense of being a whole — we are an extended body. This to me is making history. This to me is making politics. This to me is spirituality.”

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Away from Apartheid

[A Previously Unreleased Letter from Fr. Daniel Berrigan]

Your Excellency:

I am addressing you in regard to Mr. John Harris, condemned to death last November for sabotage activities in which he had engaged in protest against government racial policies in your country.

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Solidarity After The Coup

Frank’s is ultimately a hopeful story, however, for the coup unleashed a broad nonviolent resistance that even the bullets and clubs of the security forces have been unable to contain…

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No Trespassing

On February 4, 2019, they entered an Enbridge Energy Valve site, breaking the lock with bolt cutters and replacing it, then cutting the chain for Pipeline Three, which transports crude oil from the Alberta Tar Sands to processing facilities in Northern Wisconsin.

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