On Nonduality, Politics, And Freedom

By Caitlin Johnstone. -

A lucid perception of reality reveals that our entire experience of what we call the world is inseparable from the awareness in which it appears, and that this awareness is boundless, timeless, [...]

The Activist Roots Of Black Feminist Theory

By Linda Burnham, Organizing Upgrade. -

The idea that race, class and gender are interrelated dynamics of power and oppression has gained sufficient currency in the academic world to go by the shorthand “intersectionality,” or [...]

There Is No Such Thing As A Green War

By Eleanor Goldfield, ROAR Magazine. -

It is not enough to academically trace a red thread between issues. Recognizing the connections that tie climate chaos to war to imperialism to the growing refugee crisis demand solutions founded [...]

Feminism And Revolution: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

By Julie Matthaei, Global Transition Initiative -

Since the stirring of “second wave” feminism a half-century ago, the movement has become progressively more inclusive and systemic. Early on, Marxist-feminists argued that true women’s liberation [...]

New Economic Vision: Amish Culture, Occupy & Start-Ups

By Alexa Clay, www.nationofchange.org -

By Alexa Clay for Nation of Change. If markets and industrial production have become separated from society and community, the task now seems to be figuring out how to envelop production within [...]

Explaining White Privilege To A Broke White Person

By Gina Crosley-Corcoran, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Gina Crosley-Corcoran in The Huffington Post - Years ago some feminist on the Internet told me I was "privileged." "THE F&CK!?!?" I said. I came from the kind of poor that people don't [...]

Intersectionality Isn’t Just A Win-Win; It’s The Only Way Out

By Henia Belalia, www.wagingnonviolence.org -

In 2012, the Pachamama Alliance, a U.S.-based organization working in partnership with indigenous Achuar people in Ecuador, published a meme showing two native men discussing a new “scientific [...]