Contrary to popular belief, some rural Americans are extremely invested in environmental protection and conserving resources for future generaitons.
Racism plays out in many complicated ways for people of colour in the environmental movement — in addition to the structural inequalities that degrade the environment in their communities, the movement itself continues to struggle with racialised problems.
There’s a bumper sticker that’s quite popular ’round these parts: ‘I hunt, I fish, and I vote.’ It’s a statement I always find fascinating to break down, because there’s a great deal embedded within it — and a number of different ways you could read it. The way people interpret it also says a lot […]
The progressive community claims to care passionately about issues of class and environment, and the intersections between. These issues are an important part of social justice movements, as they are intertwined with so much in our way of lives and how we interact with the world. One of the many areas in which they collide […]