Emma Badini (they/she) is currently a senior Interdisciplinary Studies major at Cornell University and concentrates on Environmental, Climate, and Food Justice. Emma also studies English and Community Food Systems and is curious about and inspired by the ways in which food can hold space for communities to claim political power and autonomy. Emma hopes to play a creative and responsible role in reconstructing healthier ways of being and knowing within our various human and environmental ecologies.
Solidarity Forever: Initiatives in the Global South as a model of the post-COVID-19 solidarity economy
By Ashley Colby, Emma Badini, Solutions Journal
“Unlike identity, solidarity is not something you have, it is something you do – a set of actions taken toward a common goal…[It] is the practice of helping people realize that they – that is to say, we – are all in this together.”