RED ALERT: Call to Action on Net Neutrality

The FCC voted to let big Internet providers like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T ruin the Internet with censorship, throttling, and expensive new fees. 

But the US Senate is about to vote on a resolution that could stop them and save freedom on the Internet.

This is especially important for rural communities, because without net neutrality the big network owners like AT&T can raise prices for interconnection fees in a manner that shuts out small ISPs. 

Click here to tell your lawmakers to vote for net neutrality before it’s too late.

The Senate will vote to overturn the FCC’s disastrous decision in mid-May, and we need just one more U.S. senator on our side to win and move on to the House of Representatives.

Without net neutrality, ISPs will be able to block apps, slow websites, and charge us extra fees that none of us can afford. They’ll control what we see and do online.

If we don’t make enough calls to Congress, lawmakers will think we don’t care and the FCC will get away with killing net neutrality. ISPs will gain the power to restrict the Internet’s usefulness for independent news, creative work, and social change—a devastating blow to just about everyone online.

We have the power to stop this. Click here to contact your members of Congress now!

Drawing Resilience: Hannah Evans

Drawing Resilience: An interview with Hannah Evans, former Executive director of Virginia Food Works, a nonprofit that helps farmers and small businesses can their produce and create value-added products like salsa, hot sauce, and pasta sauce.

Read More »

Drawing Resilience: Dorn Cox

Drawing Resilence: An interview with Dorn Cox, farmer and research director for the Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment in Freeport, Maine.

Read More »

Video: Brady Piñero Walkinshaw 

Earth Alliance CEO Brady Walkinshaw talks about changing mindsets about the climate crisis — and why he thinks rural communities will play a critical role in solving it.

Read More »