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Otis holds Memorial Day remembrance service

A small group of veterans traveled to all the cemeteries in Otis and Sandisfield, paying respects to fallen veterans.

Climate scientist calls on students to speak out for sake of the planet and their future

"Much of my optimism comes from you folks in the front few rows, high school students who are now speaking out and demanding that those in positions of authority act on our behalf and not the special interests that may be funding their campaigns.” -- Climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann

Local March for Science attracts 100; participants urged to take action

It's clear that the Trump administration's actions, including the weakening of the Environmental Protection Agency, are the animating force behind some of the demonstrators, whose signs proclaim opposition to "alternative facts."

Bits & Bytes: River Walk March for Science; Eric Foner at Simon’s Rock; David Sedaris at the Colonial; Carole Owens at Dewey Hall; Rabbi...

Author, and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Columbia University DeWitt Clinton Professor of History Eric Foner will deliver the 22nd annual W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture at Bard College at Simon’s Rock Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m.

EDGECAST VIDEO: March for Science in Boston: Go fact yourself

Weekends of protests continue. This weekend (April 29), a nationwide People's Climate March; last weekend (April 22), the March for Science. Here is Ben Hillman's video report on the Science March.

River Walk protest supports national March for Science

The Great Barrington march was a small but representative part of the main event in Washington, with 531 satellite marches in cities around the world.

Why I’m marching for science on Earth Day

In his letter to the editor, Markes Johnson writes: “I am distressed that too many of our representatives in Washington, D.C., are willing to ignore scientific evidence when it conflicts with political ideology.”

Resistance movement against Trump agenda mobilizes in the Berkshires

Motivated by a strong distaste for the Trump administration, progressives in Berkshire County and across the state and nation moved quickly after the November election to mobilize and form a resistance movement rooted in policy and protest.

Nasty Women art exhibit; March for Science; Cornell Williams Brooks at Simon’s Rock; Unity in Diversity; refugee crisis film, talk; BIO Spring Action

Since assuming the role of president in 2014, Cornell Williams Brooks has led the association in its fight for equality for all American citizens.

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