Posts Tagged ‘ power ’

A Review of Irradiated Cities by Mariko Nagai – decomP magazinE

Human suffering is central here, but more unsettling is how inflicting such catastrophe can be rationalized, ignored, fictionalized, denied. Nuclear power is only one form of deadly power under examination in this book, which looks, too, at power and power imbalance on global and local levels, from the capitalist interests in locating a power plant in a certain, cash-thirsty town to the nationalist interests that see in irradiated rocks a potential leveling force. We are made to see “power” as something invisible, taken-for-granted and recklessly consumed, with even those citizens who organize for anti-nuclear protests doing so via text messages sent using electricity, dependent upon and addicted to a vast grid of infrastructure. – Spencer Dew

decomP, founded in 2004, is a monthly, online magazine that publishes prose, poetry, art, and book reviews.

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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power | Windybee’s Blog

Screening at the Cannes Film Festival, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, is the follow-up to the 2006 groundbreaking documentary, An Inconvenient Truth,…

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Breaking Through Power by Ralph Nader, 2016 | City Lights Books

“Ralph Nader’s Breaking Through Power is a brilliant analysis of corporate power and the popular mechanisms that can be used to wrest back our democracy. No one has been fighting corporate domination longer, or understands it better, than Nader, who will go down in history not only as a prophet but an example of what it means to live the moral life. We disregard his wisdom and his courage at our peril.”—Chris Hedges, Pulitzer-Prize winner and author of Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt

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Black Genealogies of Power: Seven Maxims for Resistance in the Trump Years – AAIHS

 

Mural in Philadelphia by Parris Stancell depicting Malcolm X, Ella Baker, Martin Luther King, and Frederick Douglass. Photo: Wikimedia.

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The Defining Moment, and Hillary Rodham Clinton

The Defining Moment, and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

“The Enduring Power of Adrienne Rich” | The Critical Flame: a special issue

 

The Critical Flame.

A special issue that commemorates “The Enduring Power of Adrienne Rich” on this the third Anniversary of her death  ~

Noema: The Endarkenment of Social-Life: As Enlightenment Beyond State-Normalcy

Noema: The Endarkenment of Social-Life: As Enlightenment Beyond State-Normalcy.