May is Mental Health Month

May Is Mental Health Month By Mary Giliberti, J.D., NAMI Executive Director National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI, works every day to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illness. The month of May is a time when we can join forces to make a bigger statement by observing Mental Health Month. Each... Continue Reading →

World Water Day: A Day to Celebrate

Saturday, March 22nd is World Water Day and Water.org is celebrating the life-changing effects safe water has in the communities we serve around the world. In many countries, women are responsible for finding and collecting water for their families. They walk miles, carry heavy containers, wait for hours and pay exorbitant prices. The work is... Continue Reading →

Fracking

http://rinf.com/alt-news/latest-news/need-outright-ban-fracking/ Natalie Hynde RINF Alternative News Getting arrested for taking part in direct action at Balcombe was the most liberating experience I’ve ever had. Nothing I’ve ever done in my life has made me feel so empowered and alive. Anyone can Google the “List of the Harmed” or look at the Shalefield Stories detailing what’s... Continue Reading →

Fracking Chemicals May Be Unknown, Even To Gas Drillers, Lawsuit Documents Suggest

From Huffington Post - Green Fracking Chemicals May Be Unknown, Even To Gas Drillers, Lawsuit Documents Suggest by Kate Sheppard http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/27/fracking-chemicals_n_3998319.html?ir=Green&utm_campaign=092713&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Alert-green&utm_content=Title Critics of hydraulic fracturing, known widely as "fracking," have been pushing hard for natural gas companies to disclose all of the chemicals in the fluids that are used in the process. But what if... Continue Reading →

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