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CELDF’s Thomas Linzey discusses how people are able to protect and preserve the places they call home – especially when governments fail to do so.
CELDF’s Tish O’Dell speaks up on American’s Workforce Radio regarding using Community Rights to create the environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable communities we envisions. Begins 44 minutes in.
Federal and state governments strip local control to benefit commerce – at the cost of our communities. If we want to put people before profits, we must fight for democracy in the places where we live.
CELDF’s Tish O’Dell speaks on America’s Work Force Radio on community and worker rights, minimum wage, and the right of local community self-government.
From the Ohio Community Rights Network, Tish O’Dell takes a stand for increasing minimum wage to lift workers out of poverty, calling for the Cleveland City Council to let the people decide by placing the $15 minimum wage proposal on the ballot.
Host Taylor Weech interviews Gunnar Holmquist, M.D., about his recent filing of a “Right to a Healthy Climate” initiative in Spokane, WA, and Mari Margil with CELDF, about work in rights-based organizing across the country.
Derrick Jensen interviews Thomas Linzey on Resistance Radio, exploring the structure of law and governance communities live under that keeps us from protecting ourselves from corporate harm and creating sustainability – and what communities are doing about it.
KGNU’s host Maeve Conran interviews CELDF’s Thomas Linzey and the Colorado Community Rights Network’s Merrily Mazza on “A Public Affair.” Linzey and Mazza discuss the Community Rights Movement, and the statewide ballot initiative in Colorado.
As Lane County, OR, voters advance Community Rights, efforts are underway to block them. Community Rights Lane County uses street theater to help fight for the people’s democratic rights.
Oregonians working to advance a community rights state constitutional amendment to protect the right to local self-government find their Secretary of State is working to block them. Residents are challenging the Secretary in the Oregon Supreme Court.