Molly James
Molly James

I'm an educator and activist based in Los Angeles. My background is in sustainable development and the issues I'm most passionate about climate change, economic inequality, women's rights and education.

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Oct. 7, 2012

Climate Change and Global Warming: New Report Proves That Old Habits Die Hard and Immediate Action is Needed

From denial to anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Are we finally ready to accept uncertainty and take climate action?

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May 12, 2012

Occupy the Farm Faces Backlash: Does UC Berkeley Care About Public Interests?

Admist concerns about cozy corporate relations, UC Berkeley's escalting efforts to evict Occupy the Farm begs the question: just how commited to the public interest is this public university?
May 9, 2012

'Where the Wild Things Are' Creator: My Top 5 Memories of Maurice Sendak

Yesterday, America lost an icon. Maurice Sendak's books have been etched into the American imagination; adored not just for their haunting beauty and imagination but most of all, their honesty.
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May 6, 2012

How Occupy Wall Street Has Already Won

Repetitive critiques from mainstream media that Occupy lacks clear messaging or policy objects totally misses the mark.
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May 1, 2012

Thanks to Occupy Wall Street, This May Day Will Show the Power of the 99%

For nearly 130 years, May Day has been a date to inspire change in labor politics. This year, in the wake of the Occupy Wall Street movement, the day could see the most activity it has in years.