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DIY medicine collectives are preparing for the horrifying prospect that Roe v. Wade will be overturned.
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Open-source blueprints are inspiring activists to distribute tent-safe heaters that can be built for as little as $7.
From converting his father’s tractor into a comfortable car, to using a bullock cart to shoot films, and now innovating on pesticide spraying, this is the extraordinary story of “Jugadu Kamlesh.”
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Disappointed by recent attempts at electoral reform, organizers are building community-based safety networks that aim to make police obsolete.
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