Tracy L. Barnett is a Mexico-based independent writer focused on the environment, social justice, indigenous rights and travel. She is the founder of The Esperanza Project and author of the upcoming book, Looking for Esperanza: One Woman's Search for Hope in the Other America.
By Resilience.org Staff, Resilience.org
Due to editorial holiday, there will be very light posting from Monday 24th June to Friday 28th June. Normal posting will resume on Monday lst July. …
By Tracy L. Barnett, Cheryl Angel, Esperanza Project
Now I understand that sustainable sovereign economies are needed to replace the system we support with our purchasing power, and our ancient teachings have all of those economies passed down in traditional families.
By Tracy L. Barnett, Esperanza Project
What do I want to be called? Water Protector. Spiritual Activist. Unci. In reality, I’m just one person who stood up with thousands of others when the water called them.
By Tracy L. Barnett, YES! magazine
What Corbett discovered for herself on her train trip is known as “craftivism,” a term popularized by North Carolina activist Betsy Greer. With Greer’s blessing, Corbett spun it into her unique “gentle protest” approach, and a decade later has turned that epiphany into a high-impact career, the international Craftivist Collective and a whole lot of creative social change.
By Tracy L. Barnett, Transition Culture
To be sustainable, small and authentic is better.