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One Million Views!

Will Potter’s TED talk about secretive prison units reaches one million views.

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New TED Talk Goes Inside Secretive Prison Units on U.S. Soil

“The secret US prisons you’ve never heard of before.”

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Edward Snowden Will Be Interviewed at this Tech Conference, Keynote by Will Potter

“Computers, Freedom, and Privacy 2015” will feature Edward Snowden, Mike German, and Will Potter.

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The Writing Life, Burnout, and What it Means to Keep Fighting

Ray Harkins interviews Will Potter for the podcast 100 Words or Less.

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I’ll Be Speaking at the Michigan Animal Law Symposium This Weekend

Will Potter will be speaking about why ag-gag laws are unconstitutional at the Michigan Animal Law Symposium on October 3rd.

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Do you want to intern with Will Potter and GreenIsTheNewRed.com?

It took a literal intervention from the TED Fellows program and constant prodding from friends, but I’m finally doing this: I need an intern. Not a get-me-coffee intern (although that would be great! GIVE ME ALL THE COFFEES!), but someone who is passionate and wants to make a meaningful contribution to this work and the […]

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New “Rise Above Factory Farming” Totes!

Check out these new tote bags with original artwork by Matt Gauck and support GreenIsTheNewRed.com!

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Big news! I was selected for the Knight-Wallace journalism fellowship

Will Potter joins a group of international journalists selected for the Knight-Wallace Fellowship.

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“Eco-Terrorist in Me” Makes Top 100 List for Record Store Day

Good news! My collaboration with Rise Against made the list of top 100 best-selling release for Record Store Day (quite a feat considering the huge amount of bands and releases).

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Rise Against Record Store Day Release with Will Potter

Rise Against announces a limited edition 7″ with spoken word by Will Potter and a song inspired by Green Is the New Red.

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