Cindy Anders

Cindy Anders, a mother, teacher and journalist, keeps looking for ways to help humanity reset its course. For her, that work has meant tending gardens, cooking for a shelter, teaching yoga and middle school, serving on committees and boards. Often, it has meant sharing stories that inform and lift us up. Look for her behind the Redwood Curtain, on unceded Wiyot land, swimming, hiking and loving the big trees of northern California.

Kill the Black Snake!

Violence and resistance at the frontlines of climate justice

Despite months of struggle by water protectors, the tar-sands oil of Alberta, Canada is flowing through Enbridge Inc.’s controversial Line 3 pipeline in northern Minnesota. But for indigenous-led water protectors, environmental activists and concerned citizens who stood with them, the fight against the “black snake” is far from over.

January 11, 2022