There’s a “regular” #metoo/#timesup movement and then there are some that have splintered off. It reminds me of when I was asked to talk about domestic violence in specific populations after a “basic” domestic violence training. Some thought there were unique concerns that needed to be addressed separately for specific populations and others thought those concerns, and the populations, should be incorporated into the larger … Continue reading #metoo and #timesup: Digging deeper across movements
I wish I could say I don’t miss Connect the Dots. I do. Some nights are filled with intense regret. Several people contact me each month with pleas to start the project again. Sometimes I’m surprised that people still remember it. Sometimes I yearn to have it back. Then I have to remind myself some of the main reasons I closed it in the first … Continue reading The World Doesn’t Need Another Nonprofit: For Those Who Miss ‘Connect the Dots’
Mr. Julian and I download our thoughts on the 2015 Collective Liberation Conference before we go to bed at the end of a successful weekend. Watch here or below. (Quality may have something to do with the fact that this was recorded in the dark with one lamp on. You’re welcome.) Continue reading Here’s to Hope: Collective Liberation Conference 2015
You know how I answer that question, and now it’s your turn! For our second issue, Project Intersect wants to hear from you regarding the intersections of violence. What does that mean? How do we define violence? How do we expand our notions of violence to include humans, animals, and the environment? That’s for you to explore in a variety of media. We’ve gotten some great submissions … Continue reading What are the intersections of violence?
Get ready for Project Intersect’s 2nd issue, On Violence. This issue will focus on understandings of VIOLENCE in the context of approaches to radical earth, animal, and feminist liberation. As many of you know, this is my heart work, this is my passion, this is “what I do” – I cannot wait to explore your submissions with the founder and editor of Project Intersect, Jacqueline Morr. Contact me with … Continue reading Call for Submissions: “On Violence” Issue of Project Intersect
Project Intersect’s first issue, Clarion Call, is out! The launch at the National Museum of Animals and Society was fabulous, full, and complete with generously donated Kombucha Dog. Now, you can order the beautiful and engaging first issue directly from me for $10 plus nominal shipping. Just submit the order form on this site and I will contact you to discuss the payment option that will … Continue reading Order Project Intersect’s 1st Issue Here!
It’s as great as it sounds! Project Intersect is a new project that most certainly connects the dots of human, animal, and environmental well-being. Fellow Defiant Daughter, Carolyn Mullin, from the National Museum of Animals and Society introduced me to the project’s founder, Jacqueline Morr, and we are, of course, new best friends (see, vegan feminists who connect the dots ARE out there! We are not … Continue reading Introducing Project Intersect!