Tag: colonialism

Decolonizing Environmentalism

Environmentalism has been unconsciously steeped in the Judeo-Christian concept of man’s dominion over the natural world. Jazmin Murphy explores how this crisis can be redressed by the inclusion of indigenous communities in environmental dialogue, research and action.

Reclaiming Our Common Home

The path to an ecological civilization is paved by reclaiming the commons—our common home, the Earth, and the commons of the Earth family, of which we are a part. Through reclaiming the commons, we can imagine possibility for our common future, and we can sow the seeds of abundance through “commoning.”

Land Ownership & Racial Justice

“We still think of land as property, as inert in some way and something that we can own. What if we related to the land as an animate object and had a reciprocal relationship with it?” Discussion between Josina Calliste and Mark Walton.