Women’s History Month: The Women of the Zapatista Movement

NEVERTHELESS SHE PERSISTED Knowledge Drop 💧 Women’s History Month While American women argue about making 76 cents to every dollar that a man makes—while unfair—these Zapatista indigenous women of Chiapas, Mexico fight a racist, theocratic, militaristic state that is hostile … Continue reading

Ready For The Weekend: “Arabian Song” From Buddha Bar III

Ready For The Weekend: “Arabian Song” From Buddha Bar III

In celebration of Spring Equinox, Nature’s New Year, New Beginnings, Buddha’s birthday on April 8, and the weekend, let’s close our eyes and go to Buddha Bar in Paris, if only in our dreams. Ready for the Weekend: Arabian Song Livin’ In … Continue reading

Tonight on PBS: Portrait of a Social Justice Icon Dolores Huerta

Tonight on PBS: Portrait of a Social Justice Icon Dolores Huerta

Tonight on PBS! “Dolores”, the documentary.   Rebel, Feminist, Activist, Champion of the Poor. She will out-stand you at protest. She will out-walk you at a march, and she will out-dance you on the dance floor. When you need a break, she’s … Continue reading

Ease into Monday: The Wonderlust New Downtempo EP “Playground”

Ease into Monday: The Wonderlust New Downtempo EP “Playground”

A new EP from the Bay Area downtempo duo, The Wonderlust, is dropping April 13, but you can hear it here first—and it will ease you into Monday like no other.  The four tracks on “Playground”—”No Parachute”, “Terminator”, Scheherezade”, and “Makes … Continue reading

Women’s History Month: Dr. Helen Caldicott

Women’s History Month: Dr. Helen Caldicott

A Woman You Need To Know Dr. Helen Caldicott was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Nobel Laureate, Linus Pauling, the Smithsonian Institute named her one of the most influential women of the 20th Century and history will show that her anti-nuclear … Continue reading