As an antidote to the anthropocentrism of the Anthropocene, a call to all our ancestors since life's beginning.
From Jonathan Woolley: Hedge-riding becomes as much a matter of crossing boundaries in defence of the commons, as it is a case of journeying along green roads into the Woods From Which We Come.
From anonymous: How have Trump-style politics and violence arrived at our dinner table and infected our conversations? How is it so easy for love to be corrupted as it is?
A Beautiful Resistance: Left Sacred comes out 1 February. This essay by Anthony Rella is one of the many works featured in this edition. “I got an image of you,” […]
When we relinquish what has been stolen, it allows our ancestors to come to us with our true legacies and traditions.
"Trump and the Alt-Right aren't talking about anything that hasn't already existed for millions of Americans" From Dr. Bones, on the white massacre of a Black Florida town
From Sabina Magliocco: "resistance does not just consist of Molotov cocktails, guerilla warfare, and sabotage against the oppressor."
from Sean Donahue: "It comes down to this now: do we believe in the power of our prayers, our spells, our gods?"