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      The Peace Exchange Bulletin

      Published by Tom Hayden, The Peace Exchange Bulletin is a reader-supported journal, critically following the Pentagon's Long War in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq, as well as the failed U.S. wars on drugs and gangs, and U.S. military responses to nationalism and poverty around the world.


      Tom Hayden and Brentwood Homeowners Get Bulldozed by City Hall

      The Sullivan Canyon stream with bulldozer on top. (Photo by Tom Hayden, 2014)Originally Published by CITYWATCHLA - Iconic 1960s student protest leader and Leftist intellectual Tom Hayden is plotting his next revolution, this time in leafy, serene Brentwood, at an outdoor table at Starbucks. Hayden is on the phone, digging into his deep Rolodex to solicit the help of a hot-shot Beverly Hills real estate agent in his fight to block construction of two giant mansions in bucolic, lost-in-time Sullivan Canyon, not far from where Hayden is now sitting.

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      Bioneers Radio Game-Changing Climate Leadership: What Happens In California Doesn’t Stay in California


      As the world’s eighth largest economy, California is emerging as the potential game-changer for global climate leadership. Using strategic alliances and smart policies that integrate ecology, economy and justice, these climate leaders show how: Tom Hayden, lifelong activist and former California State Senator; Vien Truong, Environmental Equity Director, Greenlining Institute; Wade Crowfoot, Senior Advisor to Gov. Jerry Brown.


      Praised Be!

      Today's papal encyclical, "Praised Be", may be the most important religious teaching to be released in decades. The question is whether its study unleashes a creative leap forward in human understanding of the environment, or a further round of sectarian religious conflicts.

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      Pope Francis Calls for Climate Justice

      The coming climate encyclical of Pope Francis, coupled with his visit to Washington D.C., might ensure a global agreement in Paris this December and transform environmentalism into a movement based on social justice. The Pope's message also might ignite a greater spiritual awakening and an opportunity to challenge the foundations of a global order which forces billions of people to survive amidst poverty and pollution.

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      A Young Generation With Cameras Makes Everything Possible

      BALTIMORE. May 3. As thousands marched through downtown streets here, officials retreated from their nighttime curfew and National Guard occupation. The only question now are where and when another surge of angry protestors will respond to another death at the hands of police, and who will lead us toward a better vision for our cities.

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      Hillary & The Peace Movement

      The absence of a powerful Peace Lobby, on the scale of the civil rights, women's and labor lobbies in Washington, leaves a vacuum allowing Hillary Clinton to drift towards neo-conservative military views. Certainly there are admirable peace groups lobbying Washington today, but none compare with the NAACP for African-Americans, MALDEF for Mexican-Americans and immigrants, the NRDC for environmentalists, nor with NOW, the Feminist Majority or the AFL-CIO.

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      The Forgotten Power of the Vietnam Protest, 1965-1975


      By Tom Hayden 

      Submitted to the conference on the "Vietnam War Then and Now, Assessing the Critical Lessons"

      NYU Center, Washington DC, April 29-May 1, 1975  

      The era of protest against Vietnam - 1965-75 - was unique as the emergence of a nationwide peace movement on a scale not seen before in American history. There were previous war resisters, for example, the Society of Friends, the opponents of the Mexican War and the Indian wars, critics of the imperial taking of Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines, and opponents of World War I, numbering in the many thousands. But no peace movement was as large-scale, long lasting, intense, and threatening to the status quo as the protests against the Vietnam War.

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      The Alternative to Obama's Trade Deal

      President Obama's recent progressive initiatives - pursuing diplomacy with Iran, opening relations with Cuba, protecting undocumented immigrants, lifting the federal minimum wage, extending Medicaid benefits to millions of uninsured Americans, imposing tough regulations on coal - are facing furious Republican opposition on every front. That's why it's peculiar that he persists in pushing pro-corporate trade agreements over the objections of a majority of Democrats, unions and environmentalists.

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      Watchdog or Lapdog of Big Oil?

      Originally published by the San Francisco Chronicle on April 24, 2015


      Lost Hills, CA (Photo: 2015 David McNew, Getty Images)

      Jerry Brown perhaps should put his DOGGR to sleep. Not his family dog, Sutter, but DOGGR — the Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources — the 100-year-old agency that’s been handing out permits for drilling in the Central Valley without records, oversight or enforcement of 21st century environmental laws.

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      De Blasio Staking Out Progressive Leadership

      New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio is staking out a critical leadership role in the Democratic Party as a fighter against economic inequality and for climate justice. De Blasio is scheduling appearances in Iowa and other primary states in a conscious effort to build the party's labor and progressive base into a greater force. In doing so, he complements the voice of Sen. Elizabeth Warren and echoes the legacy of past NY mayors like Fiorello La Guardia.

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