by Jusleen Basra The imposition of large, resource-extractive corporations on Indigenous and peasant territories around the world strips land access from local communities and deeplyRead More
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by Betty Fermin & Kristen Wyman Lee el articulo en español abajo The rights of Indigenous peoples and the fight for climate justice are inextricablyRead More
Tuesday’s convictions for the murder of George Floyd marked a critical moment of accountability for Mr. Floyd’s family and forRead More
Read in English Por Jusleen Basra "El maíz es el elemento central de la forma de vida de las comunidades indígenas. Podríamos decir que elRead More
Leer en Español by Jusleen Basra “Corn is the central element of the Indigenous communities' way of life. We could say that corn is theRead More
by Jusleen Basra COVID-19 has affected nearly every individual on the planet in some capacity, and college students are no exception. College students are oftenRead More
A collective of 30 women farmers in rural El Salvador called The Cooperativa de Producción Agropecuaria y Servicios Múltiples Mujeres Obrajuelences (ACOPAMO)Read More