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A New Way to Protest: Community Supported Activism

Carlo Voli quit his corporate job a few years ago to become a full time Community Supported Activist. He's been fighting fossil fuels and climate change ever since. (Ashley Ahearn/KUOW/EarthFix)
Carlo Voli quit his corporate job a few years ago to become a full-time Community Supported Activist. He’s been fighting fossil fuels and climate change ever since. (Ashley Ahearn/KUOW/EarthFix)

You’ve probably heard the term “community supported agriculture” or CSA. That’s when people pay money to support a local farmer who in exchange provides them with regular deliveries of food from the farm.

Well, how about community supported activism? Some people in the Pacific Northwest are getting behind a new way to protest. From Here & Now contributor KUOW in Seattle, Ashley Ahearn has the story of Carlo Voli.

Read more on this story via KUOW.

 

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