Whitney Conti, an independent photojournalist, asked me for an impromptu interview after Power Shift 2013.
Whitney Conti is an independent photojournalist from Washington D.C. Please visit Power Shift Climate Rally, October 21, 2013 Pittsburgh, PA. For a photoessay of the event which includes this interview.
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See Also: “Are Mainstream Environmental Groups Keeping Racism Alive?” By Kat Stevens.
*Notes: This piece originally appeared as part of a series called, “Millenials Take On Climate Change” on the website, Policy Mic. The title I had wanted to go with for this piece was, “How Big Green NGOs Are Harming the Environmental Movement”. Only 800 words were allowed. Policy Mic asked me to become a regular contributor after this piece but I declined once they repeatedly told me that a piece featuring an interview with a frontline indigenous organizer fighting tar sands pipelines wasn’t relevant for their readers.
Read More About Controversy Surrounding Power Shift 2013:
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“A Perspective on working with the Energy Action Coalition” By comrade Chloe Gleichman.
“A Radical Goes to Power Shift” By an anonymous Power Shift Attendee
Power Shift 2013: Problems & Solutions by anonymous
“Fracking Indigenous Country: Big Green, Sun Media & Elsipogtog” by Mcdonald Stainsby, Counterpunch
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“Degrees of Evil: Savoring the Nuances of Co-optation” by Jay Taber, Intercontinental Cry
“Big Glitzy Marches Are Not Movements” by Robin D. G. Kelley, Boston Review
“The Problem With Bill McKibben & John Kerry” by Mcdonald Stainsby,” Counterpunch
“The Climate Movements Pipeline Preoccupation” by ARIELLE KLAGSBRUN, DAVID OSBORN, MARYUM ADRANGI AND KIRBY SPANGLER
“Orthodoxy of Radicalism” by Jay Taber, Intercontinental Cry
“G”KEYSTONE XL: THE ART F NGO DISCOURSE – PART III | BEHOLDEN TO BUFFETT” by Cory Morningstar
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