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Mountaintop Removal: Burning the House to Keep Warm

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Chances are if you go to school at James Madison University, this is being illuminated in part by electricity from a power plant burning coal from Kayford Mountain in West Virginia. If you are a student, professor, or employee at JMU, this story is your story. Don’t tune out just yet; I’m not asking you […]

Activism and Civil Conscience

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Three weeks ago (Early March, 2009) I began a new chapter in my life.  I attended the Capitol Climate Action (after Powershift 2009 came to a close) and participated in a HUGE act of Civil Conscience, protesting a particular Coal Power Plant in DC, as well as the entire institution of coal in our country.  […]