An interview by Jess Clarke with Leo Martinez Macias and Ashley Werner
An interview with Sheila Bapat “The roots of domestic work are deeply connected to the history of slavery in the U.S. It’s no accident that a vast majority of domestic workers were African American women to begin with, and increasingly now, immigrant women of color.” Example of auto embed code graded from side of posting...
“The growing “bio-economy” is based on control, manipulation and commodification of life… things like microbial factories that are producing industrial food products, that will make fuels and pharmaceuticals, seeds and now even species.” —Gopal Dayaneni
Interview with Bertha Lewis By B. Jesse Clarke Bertha Lewis is president and founder of the New York-based action think tank, Black Institute and former president and chief organizer for the community organizing group, ACORN. A veteran organizer and powerful public speaker, Bertha has been organizing since the 1980s. The following is an excerpt from...
“movements change the world, but just as it is important to be a part of and build movements to create a world where human rights are a reality for all–a world where systemic forms of social and economic oppression no longer exist–so it is equally important to build our own intimate internal movement that focuses on healing the greed, hatred, and fear within ourselves that cause so much chaos in our lives and are the actual underlying roots of the societal chaos we experience.” –yung pueblo
Jess Clarke writes and performs stories that illuminate and entertain.
Kelly Curry feeds the body and the soul with stories, green smoothies, and love.
Preeti Shekar broadcasts on KPFA’s Apex Express and Women’s Magazine.
Writer, dancer and designer, Christine Ferrer is truly a movement artist.