WE THE PEOPLE 2.0

We the People 2.0 documents grassroots activism and focuses on legal challenges presented to corporations by granting rights to ecosystems. The film can be ordered at the We The People film website.

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Days of Revolt: Chris Hedges, attorney Thomas Linzey and activist Mark Clatterbuck

Carbondale Community Rights Forum, May 2015, speaker Cliff Willmeng

Thomas Linzey of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF)

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Colorado Community Rights Network (COCRN) includes people from all walks of life with varying political views but come together out of concern for the health and safety of their local communities.

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At least 51 workers have died in Colorado’s oil and gas fields since 2003

Regulatory vacuum in oil and gas production compounds the inherent risks of drilling

Published September 25, 2016

By Monte Whaley and John Ingold, The Denver Post

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Community Rights Issues

– Fracking
– Toxic Municiple Waste Dumping
– Factory Farms
– Mining & Toxic Waste
– GMO Agriculture Contamination
– Labor Issues – Livable Wage
-Trans Pacific Partnership Effect
– Rights of Nature

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