Raw White Chocolate Lemon Macaroons

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Raw White Chocolate Lemon Macaroons - Vegan, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Refined Sugar FreeHello my friends! I’m sharing one more, just one more little recipe before I sign off from the blog for several days (you can still catch up with me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest). These yummy nummy raw macaroons are just too tasty to wait until after the holidays to share with you. The best part about these fudgy, coconutty, white chocolatey, hint of lemony bites (besides all those made up adjectives I just listed) is that you don’t need to use precious oven space to whip up them up! Ah the beauty of raw treats.Raw White Chocolate Lemon Macaroons - Vegan, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Refined Sugar Free

I don’t know if you’ve ever had white chocolate with a hint of lemon, but boy is it ever a wonderful little combination. A couple years ago my sweet mother-in-law sent me a lovely vegan bar of white chocolate that had a touch of lemon flavor. AH-mazing. Now combine that with…

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Petition · Tell Walmart to stop this cage-free hypocrisy! · Change.org


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Free Leonard Peltier: Obama Urged to Grant Clemency to Native American Activist Jailed for 40 Years

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From DemocracyNow.org:
Free Leonard Peltier: Obama Urged to Grant Clemency to Native American Activist Jailed for 40 Years STORY DECEMBER 21, 2016

As President Obama’s last month in office begins, Amnesty International and other groups are calling on the president to grant clemency to Native American activist Leonard Peltier, who has been imprisoned for 40 years. The former member of the American Indian Movement was convicted of killing two FBI agents during a shootout on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in 1975. Leonard Peltier has long maintained his innocence. The shootout occurred two years after the American Indian Movement occupied the village of Wounded Knee for 71 days. The occupation of Wounded Knee is considered the beginning of what Oglala people refer to as the “Reign of Terror.” We speak to Peltier’s attorney, Martin Garbus, and Norman Patrick Brown, a longtime friend of Leonard Peltier’s. He survived the…

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Petition: Support the #SouthernStrike to keep train guards! Keep passengers safe!

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Petition: A&E: Cancel Generation KKK – Don’t Normalize Racist Hate


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Petition: Save the Gulf’s Great Baleen Whale!


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Petition: My service dog was stolen from me while I was in the hospital, Connecticut


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Petition: Demand that Japan Ban Kill Shelters NOW! Let’s Get 1 MILLION Signatures!


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Watch these veterans explain why they went to Standing Rock | Grist


Watch these veterans explain why they went to Standing Rock
By Grist staff on Dec 22, 2016 2:14 pm

Chris Vickers, a former Army medic, first came across footage of the standoff at Standing Rock on Facebook. He’d been out of the Armed Forces for seven years, but he felt a duty to answer what he saw as “unconscionable violence that an over-militarized police force was willing to exert on an unarmed civilian population.”

So he dusted off his gear and joined the thousands of vets who gathered from around the country to support the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline movement in North Dakota, many of them Native themselves.

When the Army Corps of Engineers announced they would look for other pipeline routes on Dec. 4, vets like Vickers were there to stand in solidarity with the Sioux. Watch the video above to hear more from Vickers and other veterans.

Read our coverage of Standing Rock.

This video was produced by Ralph King, a former Wall Street Journal reporter turned independent documentary filmmaker based in the San Francisco area.
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