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Feminists Writing History: Cherríe Moraga and adrienne maree brown

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.
Jubilee Justice Specialty Foods building with text "Tackling Racism with Rice." Photos of Nwamaka Agbo, Myles Gaines, Donna Isaac, Ken Lee and Caryl Levine, Konda Mason, Shirley Sherrod and Bernard Winn.

Jubilee Justice Regenerative Farming: Tackling Racism with Rice

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week’s episode on your favorite podcast platform (Available 7/17). A bold experiment is taking place among Black farmers in the Southeast — a story of...

Survival Guide for Humans Learned from Marine Mammals with Alexis Pauline Gumbs

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform. Are you drowning? The start of the school year can be stressful for parents, teachers and students. And...

Environmental Racism as Usual: Covid-19

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Kim Stanley Robinson: Writing the Future Story People Want

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform. Can a novel become a catalyst to help us address impending climate disaster? That’s one question posed by...

The Sierra Club’s Ben Jealous: Parables of Healing for the Environmental Movement

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform (Available 4/17). The Earth's temperature is rising at an alarming rate, and time is running out to change...

Busting the Thanksgiving Myth: Native Sovereignty & the Red Road

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Saket Soni: How Trafficked Workers Pulled Off “The Great Escape”

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform (Available 2/5). “THE GREAT ESCAPE: A True Story of Forced Labor and Immigrant Dreams in America” tells the...

The Future of Energy is Indigenous (and it won’t involve pipelines!)

As Canadian oil giant Enbridge defies orders to shut down their dangerous Line 5 pipeline in Michigan, indigenous environmental activists gain momentum in their fight to end reliance on fossil fuels. In Minnesota, Enbridge...

Farmworkers to Farm Owners

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