Leah Penniman is a Black Kreyol farmer who has been farming 20 years and organizing for an anti-racist food system for 15 years. She currently serves as founding co-executive director of Soul Fire Farm in Grafton, New York, a people-of-color led project that works to dismantle racism in the food system. Her first book, Farming While Black, has now been published.
Excerpt from Project to Public Spaces article. Enrique Penalosa public official, economist, and administrator, Enrique Peñalosa completed his three-year term as Mayor of Bogotá, Colombia on December 31, 2000. While mayor, Peñalosa was responsible for numerous and radical improvements to the city and its citizens. He promoted a city model giving priority to children and […]
A short film to reframe environmentalism: the importance of including all voices in the conversation; the need to look at people as well as things, the fundamental links between Social and Environmental justice. (This film was made by Environmentalists of Color Collective at UCLA.) Other Useful Links about Intersectional Environmentalism: Nature For All Environmentalists of Colour Network […]
Activist, feminist, writer ( soil not oil) speaks on environmentalism for the rights of mother earth. What is our role on this beautiful earth? We lend support to the system by not breaking away from the Age of Oil/Fossil Fuels built on the foundation of the Age of Colonialism. Oil means War.
Im a person first before anything… Read her book – Black Faces, Whites Spaces. Its brilliant. “180 years of middle passage, 246 years of slavery, rape and abuse, 100 years of losery freedom: black codes, convict leasing, Jim Crow…all codified by our national institutions. Lynching, medical experimentation, red lining, disenfranchisement, grossly unequal treatment in almost […]