Tag Archive: transformation

Minding P’s and Q’s

by Tony Vogt The cap in Capitalism worn backwards might stop the whole show.   The hag in Hagiography simmers stew from the bones of saints. Says, “We’re either all going to heaven or we ain’t.” (click the title to read more!)

When is an ally poised to become a deserter?

By Alex Sabrina Morgan When is an ally poised to become a deserter? When an interest in politics or equality extends as far as their genitals or their brand positioning, and stops short of the zone of personal risk or uncertainty.

On the Relevance of Orwell’s ‘1984’

By Joseph Orosco In the Spring term of 2014, I offered a course titled, “Nineteen Eighty Four and Social Justice.”  This timing put the class at three decades after the year 1984; the class itself took place during the months of April, May, and June — approximately the season of the events of the novel. (Click the title to read…
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Soldiers No MORE in the War Against Women: A Call to Men

A Call to Men to Help End the Nightmare of Misogyny by Chris Crass / (First published in EarthFirst! Newswire) There is a war against women, and men and boys are trained everyday to be the soldiers. Misogynist violence isn’t the biological imperative of men. Misogyny, the worldview that engenders, validates, and normalizes violence against women, is beaten into boys…
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Transformation without Apocalypse: How to Live Well on an Altered Planet

Humans will be living differently in the very near future, perhaps occasioned by catastrophes brought on by forces of greed and climatic disintegration. But it’s also conceivable that we will choose, by acts of imagination and collective will, to create new narratives of how to inhabit the planet.  This will require a radical re-imagining of who we are in relation…
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