Social Justice and Decolonization

Social Justice and Decolonization

A resource list to support this section of our Permaculture Design Course

Here We Stand

A fascinating and unique anthology about contemporary women campaigners and how they were changed by the process of changing the world. WINNER OF THE BREAD AND ROSES AWARD FOR RADICAL PUBLISHING 2015 A Book Of The Year 2015 as selected by Natalie Bennett in The Ecologist Through a series of interviews and articles, 17 key British women campaigners talk intimately about the difficult and exhilarating nature of their work.

The Critical Institute

The Critical Institute is a non-profit organisation offering a platform for critical research, teaching and practice dedicated to social justice and change.

Slow schools and slow education - benefits for all

Turkish fast food: Real food fast The definition of fast food according to the Wikipedia is food cooked in build and in advance, kept warm or re-heated to order.... Slow Fish a great success Slow Food in collaboration with the region of Liguria, has just finished celebr4ating the event Slow Fish 2007.

Who We Are | Resist Renew

We see this as the first step in working towards building an autonomous community and radical learning space. The values of intersectionality, ecology, feminism, anarchism, anti-racism and direct democracy are central to this project. Get to know the team!


Learn about the #SayHerName Campaign which uplifts the Black women, girls, and femmes lost through police violence.

Power Shift 2013 - Kandi Mossett | Indigenous Environmental Network

She began working for the Indigenous Environmental Network as the Tribal Campus Climate Challenge (TCCC) Organizer in February of 2007.

Permaculture, Queerness & Feminism

Permanent Culture Now is proud to host a guest post from Nicole from Wild Heart Permaculture. This article is a conversation between queer permaculture practitioners and community organisers, Nicole Vosper and Annie-Rose London, communicating across continents about gender, sexuality and design.

Slow Food Foundation - Save Biodiversity, Save the Planet

Created by Slow Food International and Slow Food Italy, the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity is the operational body for the protection of food biodiversity.

Lakota People's Law Project

For over a decade, we've been standing strong with the Lakota to counteract treaty violations, protect sovereignty, and confront systemic racism. We're helping to safeguard sacred lands and water, end the epidemic of children being removed from their families and traditions, and amplify Native voices.

The world until yesterday: What can we learn from traditional societies?

This, my latest book, was published in Germany and the U.S. in late 2012, in Britain in January 2013, and 16 other translations have appeared or are pending. This is also my most personal book.

Mashjar Juthour

We invite you to read more about our dream, and if you are interested in visiting Juthour or attending our events, please contact us. Feel free to contact us via email, phone, or even by visiting us You can also follow us on Facebook, and make sure you subscribe to our news and announcements!

A Roadmap For Making Native America Safer

The Indian Law and Order Commission is pleased to transmit its final report and recommendations-A Roadmap For Making Native America Safer-as required by the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010, Public Law 111-211 (TLOA). These recommendations are intended to make Native American and Alaska Native nations safer and more just for all U.S.

Episode 006 - Pandora Thomas: Building the Garden of Social Relationships

SUBSCRIBE: WWW.EARTHREPAIRRADIO.COM In this episode we talk about Social Permaculture and how to cultivate the ecosystem of social connections and potentials in a system. Pandora has done amazing work

Land Justice: Re-imagining Land, Food, and the Commons - Food First

Book launch and release date: June 22nd 2017 in Berkeley, CA $24.95USD from Hunger and poverty are perpetuated by undemocratic systems of power. Now, this great new resource lifts the veil hiding the history of dispossession and unequal land access in the US.  -Frances Moore Lappé In recent decades, the various strands…

Indigenous Fire Management in the cerrado of Brazil: The Case of the Krahô of Tocantíns

Indigenous peoples have been using fire in the cerrado (savannas) of Brazil as a form of management for thousands of years, yet we have little information on why, when and how these fire practices take place. The aim of this paper was to explore the traditional use of fire as a management tool by the Krahô indigenous group living in the north-eastern region of Tocantíns state, Brazil. The results indicate that the Krahô burn for a variety of reasons throughout the dry season, thereby producing a mosaic of burned and unburned patches in the landscape. The paper discusses this burning regime in the context of contemporary issues regarding fire management, and in the face of changing perceptions to fire by the Krahô themselves.

Four Ways Mexico’s Indigenous Farmers Are Practicing the Agriculture of the Future - Yes! Magazine

How can we get the most out of our farmland without harming the planet? I traveled to rural Mexico to learn from indigenous farmers.

Welcome to Cittaslow International | Cittaslow International

The Cittaslow Movement was born in 1999 from the intuition of Paolo Saturnini, then Mayor of Greve in Chianti, adopted by the Mayors of the cities of Bra Francesco Guida, Orvieto Stefano Cimicchi and Positano Domenico Marrone, and welcomed by Carlin Petrini, President of Slow Food.

Home | Unreserved | CBC Radio

Unreserved host Rosanna Deerchild, and reporter Connie Walker, take you behind the headlines of the top trending stories from Indigenous Canada.

5 Reasons Climate Change is a Feminist Issue | Novara Media

From the murder of indigenous women fighting resource extraction to carbon footprint reduction initiatives that focus largely on the domestic sphere, climate change is a crisis that is fundamentally gendered. Here are five reasons climate change is a feminist issue.

The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture

The opposite of masculine rape culture is masculine nurturance culture: men* increasing their capacity to nurture, and becoming whole. The Ghomeshi trial is back in the news, and it brings violent …

Aaron Carapella - Tribal Nations Maps

Comprehensive Tribal maps of the Native American and First Nations, Inuit Nations of North America, Tribes of South America , Central America, Caribbean, Indigenous , Native, Aboriginal , Indian Tribes


The mission of Pacific Islanders in Communications is to support, advance, and develop Pacific Island media content and talent that results in a deeper understanding of Pacific Island history, culture, and contemporary challenges.

New Internationalist

Established in 1973, New Internationalist publishes a magazine, a range of books, and is founder of the Ethical Shop. The UK's largest media co-operative.

Braiding Sweetgrass

As a botanist, the author has been trained to examine nature with the tools of science; as a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she embraces the notion that plants and animals are our teachers.

Useful resources – Adnoddau defnyddiol

Here’s an eclectic collection of resources which may be of interest to Welsh learners and to workshop and course leaders. Dyma gasgliad eclectig o adnoddau. Efallai bydd diddordeb mewn eu def…

Freedom Is a Constant Struggle

Activist, teacher, author and icon of the Black Power movement Angela Davis talks Ferguson, Palestine, and prison abolition.

What is Climate Debt? | Novara Media

We asked Climate Justice activist Lidy Nacpil to explain it for you. Nacpil is a dedicated and patient organiser with over 30 years of experience campaigning on issues of climate change, gender equality, tax justice and human rights.

The Women's Global Call for Climate Justice

“We do not give up on our beautiful planet. We do not give up on a future for every species. We will never give up on our campaign for climate justice.”

On the Eurocentric Worldview & its affects

Hi guys, hope you are all well! Here is a video on the Eurocentric worldview and how it affects us, which I really do feel goes well with my whole decolonisation series Big love May! Holly´s Insta: LINKS: - (INDIGENOUS PEOPLES WORLDVIEWS VS WESTERN WORLDVIEWS) ( Cultural Intelligence and the Afro-centric Worldview) - (Challenging the Euro-Western Epistemological Dominance of Development Through an African Cosmovision) When i´m not on youtube?: Instagram/ Tumblr/ website/ My other channel/

Kimberlé Crenshaw: The urgency of intersectionality

Now more than ever, it's important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias -- and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term intersectionality to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you're standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you're likely to get hit by both. In this moving talk, she calls on us to bear witness to this reality and speak up for victims of prejudice.

5.4 Million Dead in Conflict Mineral Wars to Put an iPhone in Your Hands

Abby Martin reports on the disclosures of hundreds of multinational corporations being unable to definitively prove that their products aren't made with 'conflict minerals'. LIKE Breaking the Set @ FOLLOW Abby Martin @

DAM / AGE : a documentary about ARUNDHATI ROY & the Narmada Dam Project

(2003) 50 min Prize winning writer Arundhati Roy's bold and controversial campaign against the Narmada dam project in India. DAM/AGE traces writer Arundhati Roy's bold and controversial campaign against the Narmada dam project in India, which will displace up to a million people. The author of The God of Small Things, which won the prestigious Booker Prize in 1998, Roy has also published The Cost of Living, a book of two essays critical of India's massive dam and irrigation projects, as well as India's successful detonation of a nuclear bomb. In her most recent book Power Politics, Roy challenges the idea that only experts can speak out on such urgent matters as nuclear war, the privatization of India's power supply by Enron and issues like the Narmada dam project. As the film traces the events that led up to her imprisonment, Roy meditates on her own personal negotiation with her fame, the responsibility it places on her as a writer, a political thinker and a citizen. As she puts it in DAM/AGE, The God of Small Things became more and more successful and I watched as in the city I lived in the air became blacker, the cars became sleeker, the gates grew higher and the po

Daring to Make a Difference for DR Congo: Lee Ann De Reus at TEDxPSU

In the Congo, there are not victims. There are survivors. In her talk, Daring to Make a Difference for DR Congo, Dr. Lee Ann De Reus conveys the resilience and hope of Congolese women and girls while illuminating the complexities of sexualized violence and issues an inspiring call for all to serve as witness, messenger and advocate. Lee Ann De Reus is an Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Studies and Women Studies at Pennsylvania State University-Altoona and the co-founder of Panzi Foundation USA. As a scholar activist, she travels regularly to Panzi Hospital in eastern DR Congo to conduct research, develop programs for rape survivors, and inform her advocacy work in the U.S. She is the co-founder/director of several non-profits and groups including Panzi Hospital Foundation USA ( in support of Panzi Hospital, Beza.

The Last Word Festival 2017 - Poetry Slam Final - Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan

The second place runner up of this year’s poetry slam final Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan with the poem This Is Not A Humanising Poem. Discover the next generation of spoken word talent as poets aged 16-25 take to the spotlight to compete for the much-coveted title of Roundhouse Poetry Slam champion 2017, now in its ninth year. The event is a major highlight of The Last Word Festival and spoken word calendar, with previous years’ winners having gone on to become hugely successful spoken word poets and writers. The final was hosted by funny man and star of new BBC3 series Happy Man, Jack Rooke and will be judged by award-winning writer Sabrina Mahfouz, poet and guardian columnist Bridget Minamore and Young People’s Laureate for London, Caleb Femi. Featuring new work by established artists, rising talents and works-in-progress from home-grown performers, The Last Word shines the spotlight on themes of home, heritage, mental health, politics and musical journeys. Find out about our other events here: The Roundhouse Poetry Slam is generously supported by Colin and Helen David. Filmed and edited by - Paria Kamyab, Holly Lu

Women of Congo Defy Convention

Daring to Defy: Acclaimed photojournalist Lynsey Addario shows how women in the Democratic Republic of Congo are becoming powerful agents of change in their communities, with help from the IRC. More on this project:

Women of Congo Speak Out

Women of Congo Speak Out spotlights the essential work of grassroots women activists in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo who are successfully mobilizing to bring peace to their communities. Listen as #CongoWomenSpeak out about their demands to the national government and international community. Presented as part of the multimedia exhibit, Beauty in the Middle: Women of Congo Speak Out featuring stories of women activists: Film by Artefact Creative (Kohl Threlkeld & Jon Bougher) Produced by Nobel Women's Initiative

You Are Here: Exploring Yoga and the Impacts of Cultural Appropriation

Want to support making yoga, wellness services, and kids programs accessible to more people? Have you learned something new in this video? Have you shared this video with others or used it to support your own workshops? Feel like it's work you would like to see more of? Please donate here to support this video and other work like it: You Are Here: Exploring Yoga and the Impacts of Cultural Appropriation Featuring nisha ahuja A Film by Toby Wiggins You Are Here has grown out of many channels. Most importantly through a channel of love. This is an act of love. This is an offering and gift to ask us to love deeper and grow our hearts and minds so our individual practices encompass our collective well-being. When we ask ourselves to love more expansively, we can examine how we have been conditioned with patterns, for some patterns of entitlement and privilege, that harm others and ourselves. Through love we can move our thoughts and actions to lessen harm on others and ourselves. This not only applies to a Yogic practice but also how we move through the world that has a 500-year

Henrietta Lacks Foundation™

Helping individuals who have made important contributions to scientific research without personally benefiting from those contributions, particularly those used in research without their knowledge or consent. Established in 2010 by Rebecca Skloot, author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, the Foundation is inspired by the life of Henrietta Lacks, whose cancer cells-code named HeLa-were taken without her knowledge in 1951.

Xingu Vivo

O início das operações do projeto Volta Grande, que prevê a mineração de ouro abaixo da barragem de Belo Monte, hidrelétrica que está em construção no Rio Xingu, no Pará, foi suspenso hoje por decisão da Vara Agrária e Juizado Especial Ambiental de Altamira.

Access Chain: an inclusive design tool

The Access Chain was developed by the Sensory Trust to ensure that access plans and reviews relate to all parts of the visitor experience. The Access Chain recognises that the first step is when people make a decision to visit, followed by their journey to a site, then the experience itself, and ending with a safe return home.

AORTA | Resources

Welcome to our new and improved resources page! Below are a variety of toolkits, handouts, guides, and other resources we've created over the years. Please feel free to use, share, and engage with them freely. We request that you always remember to credit AORTA.

Xingu Vivo

A partir de julho de 2020, o Movimento Xingu Vivo para Sempre passa a produzir o podcast Banzeiro, para falar de coisas importantes para...

EcoJustice Education: Toward Diverse, Democratic, and Sustainable Communities

EcoJustice Education offers a powerful model for cultural ecological analysis and a pedagogy of responsibility, providing teachers and teacher educators with the information and classroom practices they need to help develop citizens who are prepared to support and achieve diverse, democratic, and sustainable societies in an increasingly globalized world. Readers are asked to consider curricular strategies to bring these issues to life in their own classrooms across disciplines. Designed for intr

Stop Aviation, Stop Co2lonialism

Stop Aviation, Stop Co2lonialism Aviation is a continued pattern of privilege for the very few at the expense of the many, argues Plane Stupid. First to die, first to fight The predicted impacts of climate change are well known by now.

China Mills | resistance to psychiatry | CUSP the Journal

Symptom, seduction, subversion:Reading resistance to psychiatry through a post-colonial lens China Mills Pills hidden under tongues, inside socks, flushed down toilets. Pretending to ' feel better' , pretending to comply. How can we begin to trace the secrets, concealment and resistance that haunt psychiatry?

Climate change is not a white issue, says BLMUK | The Voice Online

A LITTLE over a year ago, BLMUK successfully shut down London City airport to call attention to three things: 1. Britain is both historically and disproportionally responsible for global temperature changes, and yet remains among the least vulnerable to climate change. The opposite is true of the countries we hail from on the African continent.

News | International Rivers

Rulings loom as UNGA meets on biodiversity OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA-A new report by the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice, Earth Law Center, and International Rivers finds that a movement to grant legal rights to rivers and nature is rapidly gaining momentum globally. The report examines how the ancient notion that nature possesses basic rights...

Black Permaculture Network

BPN is a network of Afro-indigenous people who have come together through the practices of permaculture, agroecology, natural living and care of the earth. We recognize and honor the ancestral and historical knowledge that each of these land care practices embrace and strive to broaden inter-cultural dialogue around natural earth care; the love of people, plants and animals.

Permaculture Design Magazine Issue: 98 - Decolonizing Permaculture

Decolonizing Permaculture. Nov 2015 - Working at the permaculture edge and to provide information useful to people working on the ground.

Rowena Arshad discusses contraception and controlling poor women's bodies

In this extract Rowena Arshad describes similarities between the reproductive control of working-class women in Glasgow and in India.

Decolonizing Methodologies - ZED Books

An essential text that critically examines the basis of Western research, and the positioning of the indigenous as 'Other.'

How not to produce energy: lessons from Brazil’s Belo Monte dam

Due to lack of community consultation and negative socio-environmental impacts, the Belo Monte dam in the Brazilian Amazon has become a prime example of how not to produce energy in the 21st Century.

The 7 Principles

The 7 Principles on the Centre for Excellence in Universal Design website.

I Got 99 Problems... Palsy Is Just One | KarmaTube

With grace, humor and passion, Maysoon Zayid shines a light on what it is like to live with a disability, in her case, cerebral palsy. A writer, actor, comedian and relentless advocate for all who are disabled, she grew up with the benefit of parents who believed everything is possible, for her as well as for her siblings. She works tirelessly to ensure that there are more positive images of people with disabilities in the media and in the world in general, a very serious cause which she promotes with her signature humor.

Kimberlé Crenshaw: The urgency of intersectionality

Now more than ever, it's important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias -- and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term intersectionality to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you're standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you're likely to get hit by both. In this moving talk, she calls on us to bear witness to this reality and speak up for victims of prejudice.

Voices of the Xingu: Interview with Maini Militão

This 17-year-old girl with long hair, exuberant and full of energy, did not try to hide her anger about what happened to her family. She told me that she was now dedicating her time to studies and fighting against the Belo Monte dam.

What Is Privilege?

Privilege is complex... Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow videos! MUSIC Could You Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. SFX provided by Audioblocks.  ( Footage provided by VideoBlocks Made by BFMP Marquita Thomas Chris Coleman SOURCES of privilege walk&source=bl&ots=FQlSdaIOia&sig=p4pBq72-u_vP3hAVnN2j6wuFBUE&hl=en&sa=X&ei=pvSRVYaCD4qiyQTs_6WoCA&ved=0CB4Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=origins%20of%20privilege%20walk&f=false Questions: If your parents worked nights and weekends to support your family, take one step back. If you are able to move through the world without fear of sexual assault, take one step forward. If you can show affection for your r

Undercover job hunters reveal huge race bias in Britain's workplaces

Civil servants created false identities to send CVs to hundreds of employers in sting to uncover discrimination

Indigenous-led Permaculture Brings Resilience And Food Sovereignty to Pine Ridge Reservation

The Oglala Lakota have been victims of abuses and corruptions for over 150 years which have led to severe food scarcity, health issues, and lack of housing security. It is our mission to change that. -Oglala Lakota Cultural and Economic Revitalization Initiative (OLCERI) Learn more, donate, volunteer with and support OLCERI: Website: Facebook: YouTube: Featuring: Christinia Elea, Founder Tiyospaye Winyan Maka Follow Guayaki: Facebook: Instagram: @guayaki Twitter: @guayaki Video By Syd Woodward, Hemmie Lindholm and Alex Harris — Rob Greenfield is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. 100% of his media income is donated to grassroots nonprofits. His YouTube channel is a source to educate, inspire and help others to live more sustainable, equal and just lives. Videos frequent

Wise Women Working For A Kinder World: Mary Clear at TEDxBradfordWomen

Mary is a dreamer and schemer; she sleeps like a baby as every day is filled with adventure. As a grandmother of eleven she worries what state we will leave the planet in for the next generation. Mary likes the saying Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts & Manufacturing and was awarded the MBE in 2011 for services to the community of Todmorden. Recently Mary feels more energetic since she has had confirmation that the countries prisons are full. Mary is an Activist The story of a small town's efforts to create a kinder more sustainable future. Hear how it IS possible to reconnect people to the environment and develop learning opportunities for the next generation. This is the story of passionate people investing energy into their town to create new markets and new methods. Find out how far a vegetable dream can spread without an office or staff. Find out more about Mary's work at Incredible Edible and catch her recent talk The Peas & Love Revolution from TEDxHuddersfield. -- In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-l

Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu: How Africa can use its traditional knowledge to make progress

Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu wants to see Africans unleash their suppressed creative and innovative energies by acknowledging the significance of their indigenous, authentic knowledge. In this powerful talk, she shares examples of untapped, traditional African knowledge in agriculture and policy-making, calling on Africans to make progress by validating and dignifying their reality.

The City Repair Project

The City Repair Project educates and inspires communities and individuals to creatively transform the places where they live.

Vandana Shiva | Ecofeminism and the decolonization of women, nature and the future

Euskarazko bertsioa 👉 Gaztelaniazko bertsioa 👉 Vandana Shiva ekintzaile ekologista eta feministaren hitzaldia San Telmo Museoan, Calcuta Ondoan GKEk antolatuta, museoaren eta Garapenerako Lankidetzaren Euskal Agentziarekin elkarlanean. 2020.03.10. 👉 Ekofeminismoak gure lurrak, gure gorputzak kolonizatu dituzten ilusio horiek ezabatzen ditu, eta orain gure buruak kolonizatzen ari dira teknologia digitalen bidez eta big dataren bidez. Emakumeengan eta naturan sormena, autonomia eta autoantolaketarako potentziala aintzat hartzean, ekofemismoak haziak ereiten ditu, espezie eta pertsona guztientzat etorkizun komun duin eta justua izateko. ********* San Telmo Museoak Erronkak izeneko programazio ildoan gai garaikideen inguruan eztabaidatzeko eta hausnartzeko aukera ematen du, besteak beste, hitzaldi, jardunaldi eta erakusketen bidez. Lantzen dituen gaien artean daude Europa, kulturartekotasuna, iraunkortasuna, berdintasuna, eta bakea eta giza eskubideak. 📌 Erronkak programazioko hitzaldiak (erreprodukzio zerrenda) 📌 Erronkak programazio ildoa: *

How the Grenfell Tower fire happened, explained

Reporter Lucy Pasha-Robinson goes over the backstory of housing and local politics in Britain that lead to the Grenfell Tower fire that killed around 80 people.

Ethiopian women in Israel 'given contraceptive without consent'

Israel's health ministry is investigating claims that Ethiopian immigrants have unwittingly had Depo-Provera jabs for years

Voices of Xingu - Xikrin-Kayapó

Voices of Xingu - Xikrin-Kayapó Voices of the Xingu is a project that intends to tell the stories of the affected people by the Belo Monte Dam, being built in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest. This is the story of the Xikrin-Kayapó from the Poti-Kro Village. If you want to learn more about them and about the Belo Monte Dam please go to: Watch the first video of this series at: Please sign the Petition asking for Justice Now in support of the Xingu people at:

Colonial Africa, 1940's - Film 8771

British Colonial map of the world. Commentary- People of Britain are responsible for the well being of 60 million people . Hong Kong-2 shots. Difficulties of managing an Empire are expressed. Montage of empire and the colonies. White man with pith helmet with native fisherman. White men in pith helmets with natives. More good commentary on Empire. Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika now Tanzania - herdsmen with cattle, women till the earth, Masai (Massai) tribal dancing at night around a bonfire, men jumping individually and altogether, carrying wood, British rule has brought peace tribal warfare reduced since the British rule. House building, large building site and hydroelectric station, harbours, bridges, medical services, dockers, clinics, maternity centres, white nurses tend babies. Research centre for tsetse fly. White doctor and black assistant. Laboratory in the field. Sleeping sickness vaccination programme. People arrive by boat, have blood tests, fly posts, children at a feeding station. White doctor with black children, hide production, agricultural education, work on soil erosion, cattle moved to new pastures. School-boys schools of different ages, boys bashing, further

Farming While Black | Leah Penniman

Leah Penniman is a Black Kreyol educator, farmer/peyizan, author, and food justice activist from Soul Fire Farm in Grafton, NY. She co-founded Soul Fire Farm in 2011 with the mission to end racism in the food system and reclaim our ancestral connection to land. The work of Leah and Soul Fire Farm has been recognized by the Soros Racial Justice Fellowship, Fulbright Program, Omega Sustainability Leadership Award, Presidential Award for Science Teaching, NYS Health Emerging Innovator Awards, and Andrew Goodman Foundation, among others. Her book, Farming While Black: Soul Fire Farm's Practical Guide to Liberation on the Land, is a love song for the land and her people. Recorded at the 37th annual NOFA Vermont Winter Conference in Burlington, VT on February 16, 2019.

Creating The Next Bechdel Test

We pitted 50 movies against 12 new ways of measuring Hollywood’s gender imbalance.