After years of fighting new oil and gas pipelines in rural areas, activists have scored major victories that cloud the future or eliminate several big projects. The Rural Assembly partnered with Southerly to learn more about this work by talking to the activists and leaders on the ground. In this video conversation, Lyndsey Gilpin, Founder and Editor of Southerly Magazine, talks with three people who helped lead anti-pipeline campaigns about their work and what lies ahead.
Every January, folks try to water down the potency of disruption that Martin Luther King Jr. was. Non violent as he was, make no mistake, he was a threat, says Xandr Brown after reading his book “Why We Can’t Wait.” Watch the video and read the transcript.