This film is a remix/mash-up of material from various sources, which are all credited at the end. Particular thanks for narration
content to the 2006 BBC production of "Big Ideas That Changed the World: Consumerism", the academic studies cited
in the credits, and Erin Janus. Again, this is just a non-profit remix/mashup - with all sources credited, and no copyright
infringements (501c3 educational film use).
Does the philosophy of materialism work to destroy our identities, experience, and environment? Join narrator Daphne Ellis
on a radical romp through the evidence and decide for yourself.
In contentious moment, Sen. Cory Booker tells DHS
Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen on last week's immigration meeting: "When ignorance and bigotry is allied with power, it is
a dangerous force in our country. Your silence and your amnesia is complicity." https://t.co/g0EjbjtC08pic.twitter.com/ymNcpriNHg
Black Snake Killaz is a feature-length documentary film about the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. This film explores
actions taken by water protectors to stop the construction of the oil pipeline and highlights actions taken by law enforcement,
military, and corporate mercenaries to quell the months-long protest. Black Snake Killaz timelines the historical events that
unfolded in Standing Rock throughout 2016 and brings you the raw experience from many frontline actions to protect the water.
Although the Dakota Access Pipeline is completed, the impact of the movement will be long-lasting. As fossil fuel extraction
projects continue to impact some of the most vulnerable communities throughout the United States of America, the importance
of the water protectors story grows.
see Amanda Fritz reply to me: click this link above, its not a good reply either!
11.5.14 my request for a door on Men's room is on the "HRC follow up (Requests) agenda" and was being followed up by contacting
the city parks department by HRCommissioner Sam Sacs.
9.3.14 - I Report again (2nd
time) to The Human Rights Commission regarding No Door on men's
restroom in Portland park
9.1.14- NO REPAIRS CITY FAILS to ACT
5.24.14- NO REPAIRS & TARP HAS BEEN REMOVED
FROM DOOR- TOILET USERS EXPOSED TO PUBLIC CONTINUES
4.17.14 - NO
REPAIRS -&- TARP ON DOOR HAS NOW BEEN REMOVED AGAIN?
2/17/14- No Door = No Dignity
on men's restroom
in a Portland city park
2.5.14- I Report to the Human Rights Commission
Door on men's restroom in Portland park
minute video) A
report by Joe Anybody to the HRC (Human Rights Commission) in Portland
regarding the NO DOOR on a bathroom in the park. For over 10 years there
has been no door on park bathroom in Portland Oregon at Lownsdale Park. My
first request to (both) Amanda Fritz and to the City Parks was blown off with a
shallow reply back that was unacceptable and shameful so I have now informed
the Equity / HRC department in this short clip and by email.
Any conduct (typically along lines of institutionalized power and
privilege) that demeans, marginalizes, rejects, threatens or harms any living being on the basis of ability, activist experience,
age, class/income level, cultural background, education, ethnicity, gender, immigration status, language, nationality, physical
appearance, race, religion, self-expression, sexual orientation, species, status as a parent or other such factors. Oppressive
behavior comes in a wide variety of forms, from seemingly harmless jokes to threats of violence, from interrupting to verbal
abuse, from unwanted touching to rape, from hitting to murder. Some forms are more extreme and irreparable than others, but
all are unacceptable under this difination in which I adhere to.