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Derrick Jensen with Resistance Radio interviews CELDF’s Thomas Linzey. What happens when people use the tools available to them to oppose unjust corporate state actions? From lawsuits to sanctions, the corporate state attempts to quash resistance.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not be backing our efforts to advance rights. We must advance those rights anyway, seeking guidance and inspiration from movements such as the Populists and labor.
Radio Kingston’s Green Radio Hour with Jon Bowermaster interviewing CELDF’s Executive Director Thomas Linzey, covering communities’ work with CELDF to overcome barriers to protecting themselves from corporate harms. Learn how.
The more property you own, the more rights you are accorded. If you’re homeless, propertyless, imprisoned, or undocumented, your rights are almost nil. That’s not what our revolutionary ancestors intended. It’s time to do something about it.
Talk Nation radio host David Swanson interviews CELDF’s Thomas Linzey on the growing momentum of ecosystem rights over corporate rights and privileges.
Carol Van Strum has dedicated her life to fighting pesticides. Here an interview with Van Strum and CELDF’s Kai Huschke on pesticides, Community Rights, and protecting our communities from corporate harms.
CELDF’s Thomas Linzey responds to community member questions on defending the people’s Climate Bill of Rights law adopted by the City last year.
Thom Hartmann interviews CELDF’s Executive Director Thomas Linzey on the Community Rights state constitutional amendment in New Hampshire as it advances to a vote in a house subcommittee.
Dr. Martin Luther King is remembered for his extraordinary leadership in advancing Civil Rights. Let us not forget, either, how the system he and his followers sought to change, punished them for doing so.
Radio host Thom Hartmann interviews NH representative Ellen Read and CELDF’s Michelle Sanborn on the NH Community Rights state constitutional amendment. The interview begins at 31 minutes.