Pirate Radio Station in San Francisco

I believe in responsible media. I spend a good portion of my week fighting for media accountability. I humbly attempt to create factual, amenable media myself, every week. When newspapers and magazines quote white nationalists, I publicly argue that they … Continued

“Organic Means Respecting Workers’ Rights”

On Labor day Ronnie Cummings, the co-founder and director of the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), wrote an open letter to John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods Market (WFM). The letter is a response to WFM’s threat to sue the … Continued


FAIR Concludes Week of Hate

On September 15th and 16th the anti-immigrant group, Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), hosted its “town hall of the airwaves” in D.C. to blast hate speech across the nation. The well-known hate group rounded up around 45 extremist radio … Continued


Racism & Sexual Abuse Allegations in Nebraska County

Serious allegations of sexual abuse and racial discrimination are coming out of Northeast Nebraska this week as the second employee of the Dakota County Jail filed a federal harassment lawsuit. In June, Charvette Williams, who served as a corrections officer … Continued

Video Contest Extended

Imagine 2050 has received so many great submissions we decided to keep the party rolling for a few more days. The editor has decided to extend the deadline for submitting a video to August 25th at midnight CST and the … Continued


Is Treehugger Embracing Hate?

It really bummed me out to read David Friedlander’s article on treehugger.com titled, Yale Essay Says Sustainability and Open Immigration are Often at Odds. The author is not thoroughly informed on immigration, and badly mangles the issue of sustainability and … Continued


Venezuela’s President Silences TV and Radio

Back in 2006 Hugo Chávez began to intimidate the private media industry in Venezuela. Last week, he started to follow through with his threats and implement closure tactics. In ’06 the Venezuelan president said he would not renew the license … Continued

Food Justice

Chicago Ready for Action on Green Food

Chicago is poised to be the first city in the nation to pass a resolution for a healthier, more sustainable food system. Last week Chicago’s Energy, Environmental Protection and Public Utilities Committee presented a proposal to the city council called … Continued


Organic Food Cheaper than Conventional

Actually, it always has been. Bear with me long enough to glance at the big picture I’m going to paint. First think about the differences between organic and conventional. Take into consideration all of the chemical pesticide related health problems … Continued