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Film inspires reviewer to rap

Film inspires reviewer to rap

Award winning documentary ìAfter Innocenceî By Tha Truth, political rapper and New Jersey Green As politically educated activists, we have no doubt seen many informative documentaries. Personally, I have seen countless well-done documentary films and many have added to my knowledge and evolution. However, the documentary After Innocence, directed by Jessica Sanders, is beyond compelling; this film is one of the most important films ever made. After Innocence takes us inside a place many individuals would rather not think about….

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New Forum For Greens On The Internet

New Forum For Greens On The Internet

www.greenchange.com Shows Green Is A Way Of Life By Pat LaMarche, Maine Green Independent Party As Marnie Glickman, executive director of Green Change puts it, “We are finding new ways to have fun being Green, be creative being Green, and providing a place for others with values that are Green.” Green Change is a new organization and cyber meeting place for folks all across the country that share Green values. The address is www.greenchange.com. People with Green values want to…

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The Value of Decentralization

The Value of Decentralization

A book review getting to the roots By Rhoda Gilman, Green Party of Minnesota Rick Whaley reflects on the Green Party’s past and the direction it has taken in a slim volume of collected essays, poetry, and artwork How Green Is The Green Party? Stories From The Margins, Beech River Books, 2007. The author, a long-time Milwaukee Green, identifies himself on the cover as “a Green founder.” Whaley is best known for his work with the late Walt Bressette on…

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