Sun Blindsides Science Naysayers

Washington, DC—April 1st, 2018 It’s been months since the solar eclipse shadowed corridors of the American landscape, welcomed by the cheers of millions of onlookers, but the effects are not yet over. While scientists warned Americans not to look directly at the sun,...

read more
Is LOHAS a Movement?

Is LOHAS a Movement?

It's a big word, “movement.” It conjures up rhizomatic connections of like-mindedness, of collective spirit in motion toward a common goal or vision. It might be in the best interest of organizations that brand themselves as LOHAS to describe LOHAS as a movement...

read more

Industrial Hemp: It’s not Pot

Did you know that Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper? Did you know that hemp is one of the most ecologically friendly and versatile resources and make everything from fuel to carpet? And did you know that industrial hemp is not...

read more

Activism and Art

I'd like to point out two notable events in the world of activist art: the current bicentenary of Mr. Charles Dickens and the first exhibition in North America of the works of Chinese Painter Xu Beihong. Two hundred years since the great English writer's birth and...

read more