Joan Baez 1968

“Joan Baez was born in Staten Island, New York, on January 9, 1941. Baez first became known to the wider public as a distinctive folk singer after performing at the 1959 Newport Folk Festival. After releasing her debut album in 1960, she became known for topical songs promoting social justice, civil rights and pacifism. Baez […]

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Written by Neima Barzel “Haika Grosman was born in Bialystok on November 20, 1919. She was the third and youngest child of Nahum (1890–1942) and Leah (née Apelbaum) Grosman (1891–Treblinka, August 1943), a member of a wealthy family imbued with Jewish tradition and culture, living in a city half of whose residents (about sixty thousand) […]

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The Army Corps is skipping the 14-day notification period and intend to grant the easement needed to drill no earlier than 24 hours after delivery of their Notice of Intent. Further threats to the water are clearly imminent. When the easement is granted, we’re asking for mass-distributed actions in support of water protectors and the […]

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“I know radio prolly ain’t gonna play this… but chopper going off in the hood man like Afghanistan or the Gaza strip somewhere man. Yeah, we hear it so much we probably numb to it by now. After all, it’s the American way right? Home of the brave and free (It’s America) Free just to […]

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Understanding Gender: For many people, the terms “gender” and “sex” are used interchangeably, and thus incorrectly. This idea has become so common, particularly in western societies, that it is rarely questioned. We are born, assigned a sex, and sent out into the world. For many people, this is cause for little, if any dissonance. Yet […]