Detroit Debuts America’s First Urban ‘Agrihood’ Turning Vacant Lots Into Edible Farms While Feeding Thousands For Free
Several acres of a formerly vacant urban neighborhood are being farmed to provide free fruits and vegetables for 2,000 nearby residents.
Thousands of water protectors have been fighting to halt the impending construction of a $3.8 billion oil pipeline which would desecrate lands sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux and threaten the health of local water supplies.
A move towards ‘phenomenon-based’ teaching has been divisive in Finland.
The corporatocracy needs consumerism and everyone connected to utility monopolies. Tiny homes present the chance to break free of both.
British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy creates transitory works of art by arranging leaves, sticks, rocks or anything else he can find outside.
Chicago, IL — A suspect who was awaiting judgment in a terrorism case has been deemed unfit to stand trial because he believes that the court is controlled by the “Illuminati.”
It’s ironic that society celebrates the elite who hoard their wealth and ‘penalizes’ those who share their good fortune with the world.
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