Using Coffee to Preserve Rainforests

Most coffee drinkers are aware of the massive, unrelenting destruction of temperate and tropical rainforests around t...

The Heart of the Pine Ridge Occupation

Pine Ridge, Ogala Lakota Reservation... On January 16, 2000, the Grassroots Oyate, traditional Lakota tribal members ...

Who Benefits from Hurricane Relief?

Esteli, Nicaragua... Like all of you, we were moved deeply by the recent tragedy of Hurricane Mitch, as the nightly n...

Fighting Big Oil in the Amazon

The Secoya are indigenous to the Amazon rainforest. In Ecuador, they live in a rapidly changing region along the Agua...

Ingrid Washinawatok - A Personal Memorial

On February 25, 1999, my friend Ingrid Washinawatok and her companions Lahe'ena'e Gay and Terence Freitas, were taken...

Did Nazi's Grow your Coffee?

It was toward the end of the rainy season of 1949 that my employers sent me to investigate some business in southern ...

Cooperatives Mean Self-Reliance for Coffee Farmers

When you buy Dean's Beans® organic coffees you are directly participating in the strengthening of the cooperative mov...
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