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A 16-page study guide & resource zine with interactive url links to accompany further inquiry into the expansive dialogue about building a truly just and intersectional movement. Featuring brontë velez.
Deepen your understanding of the complex cultural and political landscape of Bears Ears, a sacred place of shared stewardship and heritage for sovereign indigenous nations; Featuring Angelo Baca.
A 15-page study guide inspired by For the Wild podcast episodes with esteemed climate activists Clayton Thomas-Müller and Bill McKibben.
Listen to this webinar we hosted in November (2017) with Faith Gemmill-Fredson & Marissa Knodel to understand the gravity of these issues and follow closely to hear how we can best be involved.
Join us in conversation with University of Tasmania Professor of Environmental Change Biology, David Bowman, who is exploring the relationship between fire, landscapes and humans.
Join Joanna Macy, Kailea Sonrisa & Morgan Curtis in conversation with Ayana Young on keeping sane & active amid mass psychosis.
Join Malia Hulleman and Heather Milton Lightening in conversation with Ayana Young on direct action from the grassroots.
Join Yasmin Christopher and Bre Weider in conversation with Ayana Young on exerting & expanding our rights.
Join Natasha Marin, Mollie Crittenden, and rain crowe in conversation with Ayana Young on dismantling systemic white supremacy.
Join Jade Begay (Diné and Tesuque Pueblo) and Lyla June Johnston (Diné and Tsétsêhéstâhese) in conversation with Ayana Young on decolonizing and reclaiming indigeneity.
Join Barbara Jefferson, Seattle-based queer black “experience designer” and facilitator, in conversation with Ayana Young on power, oppression, and intersectionality.