In an era of climate change, rising inequality and conflicting views on how to build the cities of the future, the specter of the American highway looms above them all.
It is imperative for Black folk to benefit from the land that we and our ancestors nurtured, and more importantly, it is imperative for us to own it.
At the most basic level, climate denial is expressed as a sort of “business as usual” apathy, the inability or unwillingness to change one’s daily patterns of material consumption and disposal.
Sydney Bollinger spoke with queer climate activists about their experiences.
Get Lit, Stay Lit is an intiative developing resilient communities in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Friends of Gadsden Creek has been working with SC Environmental Law Project to prevent the filling in of Gadsden Creek.
Miracle Mozzee's two years in Charleston public housing living with mold, flooded floors, and pests left her desperate for change.