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Hi everyone,

For my first attempt at posting on our wiki... here's a couple of things I wanted to throw out there to possibly discuss/use in our class. Let us know what you think!

Fran Peavey's "Strategic Questioning", which I think is a fantastic resource/model for approaching global activism.

I also wanted to encourage you to see the film "Crude," if you haven't yet. It's a good "summer film" in the sense that it's an entertaining movie and you can get it on Netflix. It's about the epic battle to hold Chevron accountable for its destruction of the northern Ecuadorian Amazon. This is the campaign I worked on during my tenure at Amazon Watch and it's a fascinating case study of global activism. Full disclosure: I appear a couple of times in the film as a translator (woot-woot! I'm famous! Meh.). You can learn more about the campaign here, and about the movie here.

Watch the trailer here:


"Facebooking" waste

i thought the quote was interesting...maybe more 101, but still.