For us to heal, we cannot simply reason ourselves out of generational trauma.
Land to the Tillers
Indigenous peoples worldwide are being dispossessed of their land at an intensified rate.
Green New Deal Can and Must Be Global (Part II)
It is the most vulnerable groups that suffer the greatest impact from the climate crisis.
Green New Deal Can and Must Be Global (Part I)
Today’s climate activists are homing in on climate justice issues, emphasizing how the climate emergency hits the most vulnerable populations with greatest force.
We Thought It Was Merely a Stone, but It Carried Away Our Wealth
There is a very high correlation between the lands that mining companies want and the lands that are controlled by indigenous communities. This is the case from Chile to Guatemala, from Canada itself to Papua New Guinea.
The Green New Deal is a War Effort Against our Greatest Enemy—Climate Change
The costs of the climate crisis are as threatening as a war. Communities across this country have faced forest fires that felt like bombings.
Michigan’s Water Wars: Nestlé Pumps Millions of Gallons for Free While Flint Pays for Poisoned Water
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCl-3WwkJgg&t=223s As Flint residents are forced to drink, cook with and even bathe in…
Pathology of Displacement: The Intersection of Food Justice and Culture
By Shane Bernardo | WhyHunger.org Food Justice is a seemingly all-inclusive term that speaks to the…
Food, Race and Justice | Malik Yankini
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miukaKDL-Cs Explore how the global food system of white supremacy is a barrier to having…
There Is No Plan(et) B: A Primer on Trump’s Refusal to Abide by the Paris Agreement
By Patricia Valoy, Contributing Editor, Science and Social Justice Earlier this month the president of…