Surfing For Change: Indonesia Trash Tubes

Weekly Round Up: Sports Camp Redux!

The Sierra Club confers its highest honor, the John Muir Award, upon the “Father of Environmental Justice,” Dr. Robert Bullard, to whom we offer our enthusiastic congratulations.  Possibly the first African American to receive this award, Bullard notes, “it is highly unlikely that I could have been a member of the Sierra Club in my …Read More

Moldea on the NFL, the Mafia and fixed games

Weekly Round Up! Chemical Disasters, Moons, and Boots

In the wake of the announcement that Tokyo, not Istanbul, will host the 2020 Olympics, Arsalan Iftikhar over at Time outlines historically unfair patterns of selection and makes a compelling case for the International Olympic Committee to select a Muslim-majority country to host Olympic games.   We’ve known how to cure it for centuries, so …Read More

Sonia Shah: 3 Reasons We Still Haven’t Gotten Rid of Malaria

Weekly Round Up: Kathleen Hanna Reigns Supreme!

The entire internet is abuzz covering Kathleen Hanna and her latest release, Run Fast, with her band The Julie Ruin.  New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, NPR, SPIN, Village Voice, AV Club, and so many more. Here’s Entertainment Weekly on the new documentary about her, The Punk Singer.   We extend our warmest congratulations …Read More

Monsters of the Cosmos – featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson

Weekly Round Up! Sports Camp and Racial Justice.

Happy Tuesday!   It seems there’s always plenty to keep us busy.  Perhaps we should take a tip from Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, spotted last month using his laptop on the subway, a form of transit he describes as “fast, cheap, and easy,” adding that, “when I do, I am always working. … The universe can be …Read More

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