• You have to hit ‘em where it hurts

    Rise St. James’ Shamyra Lavigne on why the fight against petrochemical companies should focus on financial institutions.

  • In the afterlife of slavery

    The descendants in Louisiana's River Parishes confront a new era of discrimination and environmental injustice, but they’re not backing down.

  • Manifesting a great life for myself

    Louisiana Green Corps equips young workers with the tools needed to improve their lives and their communities

  • Not My Mainland

    Season 3, Episode 4

    Join us in conversation with Josh Mori, an activist for traditional Hawaiian farming and food sovereignty located in West Kauaʻi. Josh's insights on restorative justice are powerful. His lived experience as an indigenous farmer resisting the agribusiness industry is a testament to his ancestral roots - shaped by a deep connection to the land, sea, and soil.

    Photo by: Erica Taniguchi
  • Bernadette Demientieff

    Gwich’in Steering Committee Leader

    Bernadette has testified in front of US Congress, the United Nations, public hearings, and has met with banks and insurance companies funding oil infrastructure, framing the drilling and desecration of sacred lands as a Human Rights issue.

    Photo by: Joshua Corbett


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Executive Director Of Society Of Native Nations

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Director of Georgetown’s Environmental Law & Justice Clinic
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