“We will not go back to normal. Normal never was. Our pre-corona existence was never normal other than we normalized greed, inequity, exhaustion, depletion, extraction, disconnection, confusion, rage, hoarding, hate and lack. We should not long to return, my friends. We are being given the opportunity to stitch a new garment. One that fits all of humanity and nature.”—Sonya Renee Taylor
Humanity & Nature | May Newsletter
This issue includes content from Jeremy Lent, Sarah Goettsch, and more! Click here to view the issue and read on.
“In the traditional sense of the commons, the basic practice of life together is the practice of dialogue . . . talking through the things that are most essential.” —Sharon Daloz Parks
“What if your every action was guided by the question, ‘does this support the conditions for life to flourish?'”
In this issue: Drew Dellinger on new generations and the power of story.
“The stories of sexism and racism that have cast such a pall over our history and our present illustrate the power of worldview and narrative in generating and maintaining systemic oppression. Stories become structures, systems, policies, and practices that have profound consequences on the bodies and in the lives of people in targeted communities.”
Also in this issue, interviews with Christiane Seuhs-Schoeller and Marta Mulholland.
In this issue:
- Money, Power & Meaning: The first in a series of conversations beyond the good/bad binary
- Exceedingly Good: Spotlight on Larisa Benson
- Welcome James!
- Planting Joy: A conversation with volunteer Mara Grey
- Salish Sea Day of Action
- Old Lesbians Oral Herstory Project