Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Remembering Pete Seeger, Riverkeeper
Legendary Pete Seeger died Monday, January 27 at the age of 94. His music inspired an entire generation to speak out against social injustice, war and pollution. His love for the Hudson River which is also my river was part of what first inspired me at the age of 12 to write to President Nixon about the environment and the Hudson River and to start a group at my school to advocate for cleaning it up. His voice will be missed but his music and advocacy for our Earth will live on:
Pete Seeger's Advocacy For Hudson River Endures
Two weeks ago- still going strong in standing up for our water:
Pete Seeger Joins Protesters to Say: 'Don't Frack With New York!'
He wrote the songs of our lives:
From Album "Pete" from 1996:
Truth in music. Thank you, Pete Seeger.
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