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Street Art by Lucas Antics (2022/10) — TAB54

Bristol, England. Photo: GarryK / TAB54 22nd November 2022

Street Art by Lucas Antics (2022/10) — TAB54

EPA BLOCKS CATASTROPHIC MINING PROJECT IN BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA — Stigmatis News

The US Environmental Protection Agency took a major step toward protecting one of the world’s most important wild salmon fisheries in Bristol Bay, Alaska, by essentially blocking a potentially catastrophic copper and gold mining project. Under the Clean Water Act, the agency made a final determination to ban the disposal of mine waste in part of the […]

EPA BLOCKS CATASTROPHIC MINING PROJECT IN BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA — Stigmatis News

Holler Feeder~ — (another fabulous post from Cindy…see all the photographs…gorgeous birds)

The Holler after the rains. The birdies are happy, healthy and fat! For the first time we have goldfinch in large numbers, (tap or click to enlarge to see flying bird detail) feasting on a bowl of seeds, along with all the other finches and sparrows. The little black seeds you see scattered all over…

Holler Feeder~ —

First Thing: Crackdown on environmental defenders at ‘alarming level’ — Stigmatis News

Shooting in Atlanta part of dangerous escalation in the criminalization of environmental defenders, campaigners warn. Plus, how to escape learned loneliness By Nicola Slawson Good morning. The shooting of Manuel Esteban Paez Terán, believed to be the first environmental defender killed in the US, is the culmination of a dangerous escalation in the criminalization and repression […]

First Thing: Crackdown on environmental defenders at ‘alarming level’ — Stigmatis News

Make a Cute Rag Mouse — Violet’s Vegan Comics

Here’s how to make an adorable rag mouse like this one: Cut out the main head and body piece for your cloth mouse. I used a rectangle, folded in half. With right sides together, stitch around the edges, leaving one end open for stuffing. Choose a different fabric for your arms and legs. Cut strips […]

Make a Cute Rag Mouse — Violet’s Vegan Comics

Citizens’ assemblies: are they the future of democracy? — Stigmatis News

A look at the surge in popularity of randomly selected councils that offer an alternative to politics as we know it Illustration: Yuanyuan Zhou/The Guardian Radical thinking | US politics | Eva Talmadge When Fauzia Bajwa, a retired software developer who lives in St-Bruno-de-Montarville, Quebec, received an invitation to participate in something called a citizens’ […]

Citizens’ assemblies: are they the future of democracy? — Stigmatis News

Brave New World (1932) — Waldina

Ninety-one years ago this month (I couldn’t get a more detailed publication date then February 1932) the novel Brave New World was published. I checked this book out from the Interlochen Arts Academy library from my aunt who was the librarian there for years. It was an odd choice for a summer read, but my […]

Brave New World (1932) — Waldina

Howling one. — bongdoogle doodles

Howling one. — bongdoogle doodles

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2023: Review of Latin Americans in History: 15 Inspiring Latinas and Latinos You Should Know by Monica Olivera — Glitter Reviews

Written by Monica Olivera, Latin Americans in History: 15 Inspiring Latinas and Latinos You Should Know is a middle-grade non-fiction book that will surely motivate children, especially Latin Americans, to pursue their dreams. It is an excellent introduction to Latin American historical personages left out of history books. Discover how Simón Bolivar, El Libertador, freed […]

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2023: Review of Latin Americans in History: 15 Inspiring Latinas and Latinos You Should Know by Monica Olivera — Glitter Reviews

From The Archives: Street Art by Leesl (2016/01) – Traffic Light Control Box — TAB54

Brisbane, QLD, Australia, Photo: GarryK / TAB54 8th May 2016

From The Archives: Street Art by Leesl (2016/01) – Traffic Light Control Box — TAB54

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