Towards Stewardship of Earth and Home July 16,2020

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 Here are the links to the articles and the videos. I have added these to this section’s Library for Towards Stewardship of Earth and Home that you can always access below this section’s current publication  ARTICLES  https://orionmagazine.org/article/unjust-legacy/ from Orion Magazine, “Unjust Legacy,” by Saritha Ramakrishna https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/environmentalisms-racist-history from The New Yorker, “Environmentalism’s Racist History,” by Jedediah …

April 2020 – Towards Stewardship of Earth & Home

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The reading of two articles, The Coronation, by Charles Eisenstein, The Pandemic is a Portal, by Arundhati Roy, a book, How Shall I Live My Life? On Liberating the Earth from Civilization, by Derrick Jensen, inspired this essay. The Lesson   Few would deny that an interesting experience is passing through us. Our responses to …

April 2020 – Towards Stewardship of Earth & Home

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The reading of two articles, The Coronation, by Charles Eisenstein, The Pandemic is a Portal, by Arundhati Roy, a book, How Shall I Live My Life? On Liberating the Earth from Civilization, by Derrick Jensen, inspired this essay.   The Lesson Few would deny that an interesting experience is passing through us. Our responses to …

Stewards of Earth & Home Spring edition, April, 2019

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Dr. Ingrid R. G. Waldron is a sociologist and Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  There’s Something in the Water is an academic and community-participant based study of environmental racism in the Indigenous and African-Canadian communities in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Waldron acknowledges that the environmental racism …

Stewards of Earth & Home Winter ed. 2019

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Nature and Madness, by Paul Sheppard. 1982 University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, 1982 Excerpt from the back cover: “Paul Sheppard (1925-1996) is widely regarded as an elder of the environmental movement, whose radical and visionary ideas shaped much of our current thinking about human nature.” I began my reading experience of Nature and Madness …