“Sustainable is Possible” shows how Dancing Rabbit residents are living rich, full lives using only 10% of the resources of the average American. It includes a new section about climate disruption and the choices we can make to respond to this most pressing of environmental and social problems. Please join us!
Going beyond disaster reporting, these films will ensure the experiences and points of view of Haitians are included in the international conversation about what has and has not happened since the 2010 7.0 earthquake – one of the world’s worst disasters. The films will also be used to increase dialogue and influence public policy internationally and in Haiti regarding effective foreign aid and sustainable development.
What happens when identity politics fall by the way side and we bring our whole selves, as convoluted as they may be, to our work?
Come hear panelists’ stories on how they have navigated various parts of their identities–as fathers, as children, as activists, as black, as women–in their work for social justice and equity.
Class Lives is an anthology of narratives dramatizing the lived experience of class in America. It includes forty original essays from authors who represent a range of classes, genders, races, ethnicities, ages, and occupations across the United States. Born into poverty, working class, the middle class, and the owning class—and every place in between—the contributors describe their class journeys in narrative form, recounting one or two key stories that illustrate their growing awareness of class and their place, changing or stable, within the class system.