Of Gods & Bosses Has Capitalism Become a Religion?
RELIGIOUS FEELING has always been a catalyst for both extreme resistance and extreme acquiescence to power. As Frederick Douglass wrote in his 1845 memoir, “The slave auctioneer’s bell and the church-going bell chime in with... Read More
IN THE SUMMER OF 2014, following the completion of a bachelor’s degree in history and then a traumatic and exhausting stint working for the British Labour party in Birmingham, I moved to London. I moved... Read More
ON MAY 18, 2019, the American Humanist Association’s Center for Education hosted the latest in its open lecture series, “Climate Justice: A Better Future for Us All.” Held at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis,... Read More
The Hmong American Farmers Association in Minneapolis was founded in 2011 by a family of farmers, and today is led by sister and brother Pakou Hang (executive director) and Janssen Hang (farm manager). For those... Read More
In my role as director of energy access and equity for Fresh Energy—a St. Paul, Minnesota, energy policy nonprofit working to speed the transition to a clean energy economy—the question I’ve been hearing a lot... Read More
I’m involved with a number of organizations that operate at the intersection of climate change, racial justice, and food security. One of these organizations is called Project Sweetie Pie, founded in 2010 by North Minneapolis... Read More
My name is Black Thunderbird. My colonized name is Mysti Babineau. I am a climate justice organizer and lobbyist with Minnesota 350, which is the state affiliate of the national 350.org founded in 2008 by... Read More