Isolation of issues is no longer possible. We can’t ignore racial injustice while fighting the climate and extinction crises.
All organisms adapt to, and are shaped by, their places. There is no reason that humans should be exempt from that observation.
Sarah Crowell is a dancer and choreographer who has taught dance, theater, mindfulness and violence prevention for over 35 years. She addresses the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?”
Black history should not have a special category as it is part of human history. Rather, Black History Month should be an avenue to amplify Black history based on past erasure and marginalization.
Green 2.0 was launched in 2014 as a working group of thought leaders at the intersection of environment and race. We commissioned a report that found that the mainstream environmental movement had failed to diversify their staff despite decades of promises to do so.
If you find yourself overwhelmed trying to make sense of and track the multiple crises now confronting us — climate and energy, economic inequity, systemic racism and sexism, the COVID-19 pandemic — there is good news. Help is at hand.
Voting is such a powerful tool for impacting our communities that it’s often said that “your vote is your voice.” If that statement strikes you as naïve, consider the resources invested in voter suppression in just the past decade…