Going home and asking: what has happened here? What should have happened here? What is here now? What is left of the original natural endowment of this place?

In a 2009 commencement address at Northern Kentucky University, Mr. Berry encouraged students to consider whether they might be better and more responsible citizens if they embraced the concept of homecoming rather than the desire for upward mobility, which lures them to places to which they have little connection, to participate in a destructive and extractive economy. He even offered a glimpse of what …

Women and Rivers Congress: as our communities and our environment face repeated violations of right to life and livelihood – new visions for our collective future must be born. And with them, new strategies and ways of coming together to share, learn, and inspir

International Rivers is honored to announce the first convening of women water leaders at the Women and Rivers Congress to be held in Nepal from March 6th to 10th, 2019. In this time of climate chaos, as our communities and our environment face repeated violations of right to life and livelihood – new visions for our collective future must be …

How Capitalism Turned Women Into Witches: Sylvia Federici’s new book explains how violence against women was a precondition for capitalism

How Capitalism Turned Women Into Witches: Sylvia Federici’s new book explains how violence against women was a precondition for capitalism. Sady Doyle, In These Times, Jan 31, 2019 Illustration by Johnny Miller, Federici traces how capitalism affects and infects the “private,” feminine sphere of unwaged domestic and reproductive work. The Italian socialist feminist Silvia Federici is mandatory reading to understand gender politics in …