Paul Cienfuegos presented the Keynote Speech at Progresstival in La Crosse, Wisconsin on February 3rd, 2018. The full text of his speech is below. To listen to it on audio, click HERE and scroll to the six-minute mark. Thank you all for inviting me to such a wonderful event today. It’s a pleasure to be here [...]
KBOO: Ray Raphael debunks historical myths of our founding era, recognizes the common people GalleryAmerican Revolution & Our Two Federal Constitutions, Audio, Critiques of Existing Activism through a Community Rights Lens, Interviews with Community Rights People, Supreme Courts - Federal & State
This audio interview took place on January 24th, 2018 on KBOO public radio in Portland, Oregon. This 62 minute audio can be downloaded and listened to HERE. Historian Ray Raphael discusses his research and its implications with Community Rights activist Paul Cienfuegos Drawing on oral histories and in-depth research, historian Ray Raphael of Humboldt County, CA, has written over 20 [...]
This audio interview with NH representative Ellen Read and CELDF’s Michelle Sanborn about the NH Community Rights state constitutional amendment took place on The Harmann Report, November 27, 2017. This 10 minute interview starts 31:00 into the podcast, and can be listened to HERE.
This recent audio interview with Juliee de la Terre was posted on The Progressive Radio Network's website November 30, 2017. This 47 minute interview can be heard HERE. Juliee de la Terre holds an MS from the Gaylord Nelson Institute for environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She has been an activist since [...]
This recent audio interview was posted October 30, 2017 on KBOO Radio's website. This 8 minute interview can be heard HERE On Wednesday, the Coos River Estuary filed a motion to intervene in the permitting process for the Jordan Cove Energy Project. The motion was filed as part of proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC. Jordan Cove [...]
This audio and article by Luke Runyon originally appeared on KUNC October 19, 2017. few months ago Denver civil rights lawyer Jason Flores-Williams had an idea. He’s made a name for himself recently in a class action lawsuit against the city of Denver where he’s representing the city’s homeless people. “A lot of times I [...]
This audio interview with Thomas Linzey was published on the Progressive Radio Network on October 15, 2017. Thomas Linzey is the executive director and an attorney for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, which has assisted close to 200 communities across the country in eight states to adopt binding local laws that elevate community rights [...]
This audio interview with attorney Jason Flores-Williams was done by Anne Marie Tremonti and appeared on cbcradio's The Current, October 10, 2017. In March of this year, New Zealand marked a legal first: The Whanganui River was granted the same legal status as a human, with rights and protections. A few months later, on Sept. [...]
This audio interview with Jason Flores-Williams originally happened on Resistance Radio with Derrick Jensen on September 17, 2017. Jason Flores-Williams is a noted civil rights attorney and author who has litigated some of the most important cases of our time. he has been featured on CNN, The New York Times, Washington Post and has given speeches [...]
This print and audio news story by Eric Tegethoff originally appeared on the Public News Service, September 11, 2017. NEWPORT, Ore. – Can a river defend itself in court? On Monday, a judge in Newport will answer that question in the case of the Siletz River Ecosystem. MORE...