Monthly Archives: June 2017

Don’t Cry My Children

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett – after Monsanto and Dow Chemical They scold you for being Too big for your boots. For back-chatting. For singing in quiet places. For feeding the animals. For questioning the damnation Of some; the elation … Continue reading

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Agent Orange Infection – I go to school with my friend.

Agent Orange Infection – I go to school with my friend. A cheerful seeming oil pastel by 14-year-old Do Nguyen Thanh Tam: http://artswithoutborders-eddee.blogspot.com/2012/06/speakpeace-at-war-memorial-art-museum.html

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Monsanto, What Have You Done?

A Poem by Korea J. Brownstein I am an old man. I’m seventy-two. I’m supposed to go to high school, but I do not–I go to day care. I’m seventy-two, but I look like I’m two and I always sleep … Continue reading

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DREAM VOLLEY; Summer of ‘69 for Mick (Never Forgetting Monsanto and Dow Chemical)

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett I wanted to come back. The stones had not moved Since my passing. A cock still crowed late, Past daylight. The windmill sat stern, Forever unturned. Wildflowers hugged the back door. The old dog… once … Continue reading

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Monsanto–GUILTY!

Find here the full text and the summary of the advisory legal opinion delivered by the Monsanto Tribunal judges in The Hague on April 18th 2017. http://en.monsantotribunal.org/Conclusions

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