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Sacred Rage is an environmentalist podcast that doesn't shy away from difficult dialogue.
It is defined by three pillars: warrior, wonder, worship. Who are the people, across the globe, who exemplify these pillars?

The podcast is published every three weeks.

These are not cover stories about the sickest summit, the cleanest line, the triple crown. These are stories of people who use their gifts, channel their sacred rage in profound, provocative ways that instigate substantial action, who are the leaders next door. The Defenders.

...the entire American West, property of all Americans, home of the wild things, last strong hold of the Ghost Dancers - lies under massive assault by the industrial armies of Government and Greed. We need no more words on the matter. What we need now are heroes. And heroines. One good deed is worth a thousand books. As an old friend of mine once said -

If I regret anything it is my good behavior.
What demon possessed me that I behaved so well?

[Edward Abbey, Beyond the Wall]

Sacred Rage Podcast Erica Prather

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Sacred Rage is an environmentalist podcast that doesn't shy away from difficult dialogue.
It is defined by three pillars: warrior, wonder, worship. Who are the people, across the globe, who exemplify these pillars?

The podcast is published every three weeks.

These are not cover stories about the sickest summit, the cleanest line, the triple crown. These are stories of people who use their gifts, channel their sacred rage in profound, provocative ways that instigate substantial action, who are the leaders next door. The Defenders.

...the entire American West, property of all Americans, home of the wild things, last strong hold of the Ghost Dancers - lies under massive assault by the industrial armies of Government and Greed. We need no more words on the matter. What we need now are heroes. And heroines. One good deed is worth a thousand books. As an old friend of mine once said -

If I regret anything it is my good behavior.
What demon possessed me that I behaved so well?

[Edward Abbey, Beyond the Wall]

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