Video “El Violador Eres Tu!” The Rapist is you! Chile Women’s Protest denounces Police

Women in Temuco, Chile denounce police violence against women (25 Nov 2019).  Photo: Langelle / Chilean anti-rape anthem “El Violador en tu Camino” becomes international feminist phenomenon ‘A Rapist in Your Path’ performed by women at mass… Read More

‘Black Panther’ Film Reminder of Real Life Black Panther Party, Jailed Activists

Screengrab via   The movie Black Panther has become a historic box office success and a cultural milestone shortly after its release on Feb. 16, telling the story of a super powered African king. Its three-day gross… Read More

Honoring, Remembering Women Human Rights and Environmental Defenders

Today is International Women Human Rights Defenders Day. In recognition of this important day, AWID collaborated with the Guardian to publish Remembering women killed fighting for human rights in 2017. 25 women are profiled in the piece. While thousands of… Read More

Great Barrier Reef Faces ‘Terminal’ Stage After Bleaching Events

The Great Barrier Reef may be at a “terminal” point after being hit with unprecedented bleaching events in consecutive years, scientists warned Monday. According to new aerial surveys conducted by the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for… Read More

Florida Keys Residents Resist Controversial GMO Mosquito Trial

Via Residents of the Florida Keys are up in arms over a plan to release genetically-modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Key Haven neighborhood and are trying to get the word out about the trial, which they say… Read More

Earth Minute: Anne Petermann on Burning of 1,000-Year-Old Trees in Tasmania

Global Justice Ecology Project’s Anne Petermann recently discussed the burning of 1,000-year-old trees in Tasmania as part of her regular “Earth Minute” segment on  KPFK radio’s Sojourner Truth show. Listen Here: Transcript: The Guardian recently reported on an unfolding global tragedy. Tasmania’s World… Read More