Topic: Agriculture

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Open Access Weathers a Governmental Sea Change: 2017 in Review

In the first few weeks of 2017, just days after President Donald Trump took office, reports emerged that the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department...   [ continue reading...]

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How One Mississippi Teen Went 1,266 Days Behind Bars Before Receiving a Mental Evaluation

(Photo: Michael Gaida) On Nov. 17, 2012, Tyler Haire was arrested in Vardaman, Mississippi, for attacking his father's girlfriend with a knife. Tyler, 16, had...   [ continue reading...]

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A National Beautification Campaign Revitalized Communities in the '60s and Could Again Today

In the 1960s, Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson's campaign to protect the natural beauty of the United States united Americans during divisive times. The drums of wa...   [ continue reading...]

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A Radical Vision for Food: Everyone Growing It for Each Other

"If 100% of the people were farming, it would be ideal." -- Masanobu Fukuoka I grow a half-dozen fruit trees along my 40-foot stretch of sidewalk. The gen...   [ continue reading...]

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2017 Was Turbulent for Farmers. Will 2018 Be Better?

The last year saw large-scale farmers' protests as remunerative prices fell and the implementation of loan waivers was questionable. The post 2017 Was Turbulent...   [ continue reading...]

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War on coca farmers continues

Body: Inside the deeply-rooted economy of cocaine production and trafficking in Colombia. Bram Ebus reports. colombiapeace processcocainefarmersUnited Stat...   [ continue reading...]

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Pakistan: Teachers and Farmers Protests Brutally Crushed in Sindh

In recent weeks, as much of the Pakistani media remained fixated on the internecine squabbles of the country’s ruling elites, authorities in Sindh have be...   [ continue reading...]

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Ten Amazing Social Movement Struggles in 2017 That Give Us Reason to Hope

The bad news streaming through our media in 2017 has been relentless. However it doesn't tell the full story. Beyond the headlines, there have been countle...   [ continue reading...]

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The Year of the Personnel Blunder

With everything going on in the White House, the media must maintain relentless pressure on the Trump administration. Can you support Truthout in this endeavor?...   [ continue reading...]

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Climate Change 2017: What Happened and What It Means

The Thomas Fire, viewed from Via Real, just east of Lambert Road and the Bella Vista Polo Club, in Summerland, California, on December 11, 2017. (Photo: Doc Sea...   [ continue reading...]

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What #MeToo Can Teach the Labor Movement

If we focus on the power analysis, the answer is staring us in the face. My first #MeToo memory is from the kitchen of the Red Eagle Diner on Route 59 in...   [ continue reading...]

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Can the Community Rights Movement Fix Capitalism?

With all of the capitalism post-mortems conducted by activists and academics alike, is wholesale replacement necessary or is there another solution? Edit...   [ continue reading...]

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Legal Pot Begins in California, Already the World's Largest Marijuana Marketplace

Click here for reuse options! When the calendar flips over, the world's largest legal marijuana marketplace gets un...   [ continue reading...]

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Concentration Camps for African Migrants Blocked from Entering Europe Are Popping Up Across Libya

The refugees Europe does not want now linger in Libyan refugee camps. Refugees do not show up in the Mediterranean Sea as if from nowhere. By the time the...   [ continue reading...]

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Most Economies in the World Increased GDP and Lowered Unemployment in 2017. Not India

The farm economy deteriorated and small enterprises were hit badly in the last year. The post Most Economies in the World Increased GDP and Lowered Unemployment...   [ continue reading...]

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Who Would Pay $26,000 to Work in a Chicken Plant?

by Michael Grabell The first week Yongho Yeom worked on the chicken line at the House of Raefor...   [ continue reading...]

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Finally Some Good News for Labor

Last November organized labor received a welcome and, truth be told, largely unexpected piece of good news. The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously in fa...   [ continue reading...]

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The Ties That Bind Sexual Assault, Gender, and 21st-Century Capitalism

Click here for reuse options! The relationship between the three is finally exposed. Rampant sexual abuse is fi...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Manufacturing’s Future All Used Up?

AP Photo/Frank Filan When Los Angeles Had Decently Paid Workers: Vultee Aviation plant in World War II. In later years, the factory worked on NASA's A...   [ continue reading...]

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From Bloody Drug War to Legal Pot: 10 Global Drug Policy Highlights (and Lowlights) of 2017

Click here for reuse options! Drug reform advances unevenly on the world stage, and sometimes, it regresses. 1...   [ continue reading...]

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