Wolves haven’t been seen around Washington, D. C. in over a century, yet the Avalon Theatre was packed last week with people excited to hear the story of a lone wolf who traveled over a thousand miles. OR-7, a wandering wolf who has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of people all over the world, is the subject of a new documentary detailing his epic journey across Oregon and into California, a state where a wolf hasn’t been spotted in more than 90 years.
This is a guest blog by Alexander Rush Favacho. Alex is an undergraduate student at the University of California Santa Barbara and an active member of Santa Barbara’s grassroots environmental movement. Prior to attending UCSB, Alex rode a bicycle across the United States from Duck Town, Tennessee to San Francisco, California where he experienced the extent of the country’s environmental degradation and inequalities.
El 18 de junio, Andrea Delgado, Representante Legislativa de Earthjustice, fue invitada a Buenos Dias, D.C. con el joven Fernando Rodríguez. Rodriguez es un representante del Centro Campesino y trabajador del campo en Minnesota desde los 11 años.
En la industria agrícola laboran cerca de 3 millones de trabajadores y entre ellos, 500 mil niños.
On June 18, Earthjustice legislative representative Andrea Delgado appeared on Buenos Dias, D.C. with Fernando Rodriguez, 17, of Centro Campesino. Rodriguez has worked in the fields of Minnesota since he was 11 years old.