Author Archives: mhbrownstein

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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Monsanto not only found guilty, but also for being major liars

A federal judge in the United States recently ordered Monsanto to release 250 pages of internal documents, and what they revealed is practically criminal: Monsanto has known for 17 years that glyphosate, the main ingredient in its pesticide Roundup, could … Continue reading

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Monsanto–Guilty!–Part 5

By providing Agent Orange, between 1962 and 1973, more than 70 million liters of Agent Orange (containing dioxin) were sprayed on approximately 2.6 million hectares of land. This defoliating chemical has caused serious harm to health in the Vietnamese civilian … Continue reading

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