Women’s Strike 2017

I made a video about why I participated in the women's strike on March 8, focusing especially on the struggles of working women. It didn't get shared for the media outlet I made it for so I am sharing it here instead. It took me at least two hours to figure out how to make … Continue reading Women’s Strike 2017

Permaculture and activism, part 1

I am working on a presentation about permaculture as a social and environmental justice movement for this amazing conference Organizing Equality. For this presentation I have been doing some research about permaculture and activism and have come across some fantastic resources. First, check out this video of a Decolonizing Permaculture session at the Building Resilient … Continue reading Permaculture and activism, part 1

The Cheerios #bringbackthebees campaign is a greenwash

It seems that everyone on Facebook is sharing the news that Cheerios is giving away wildflower seeds as part of their campaign to "bring back the bees". While planting pollinator-loving plants is important for both honey bees and wild bees this campaign by a Cheerios is a greenwash and by sharing it, you are helping them … Continue reading The Cheerios #bringbackthebees campaign is a greenwash

The militant roots of IWD

Today is International Women's Day - a day that is often promoted as a celebration of women; sometimes promoted as a day of protest; and rarely (in the past few decades) promoted as a day of militancy. This year, after the astonishing success of the Women's March - in which millions of women worldwide took … Continue reading The militant roots of IWD