"We [White people] have no sense of shared identity with our neighbors, and no sense of shared purpose. We have no notion that our wellbeing is tied up with that of the people we live next to or share a building with. It is the ultimate in alienation. So much else flows from that." (From Lisha Sterling)
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.
Mass protests are magickal initiatory rites. That's literal.
"Anyone who doesn’t see the need for new collective action on the macroscopic plane vis-a-vis the potential of pandemics, nuclear dynamics, climate change and medical access/cost/quality — to name only four of four hundred crises plus — simply isn’t paying attention."
Crafted Recordings Podcast episode 7: The Deeper Magic of the Commons.
Rhyd Wildermuth reviews Peter Linebaugh's new collection of essays, "The Incomplete, True, Authentic and Wonderful History of May Day."
'The Cutting Edge' from Accipiter Nisus: "reclaiming our bodies and minds must start with intimately knowing the tools which we use and engage with in our daily lives."
From Accipiter Nisus: We are embodied beings, in need of a tangible life-world, and so too in a different but parallel sense are the gods.