YES! Issue Contributors
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Aug 10, 2021
Stan Cox is a research scholar in ecosphere studies at The Land Institute in Salina, Kansas. His six books include The Path to a Livable Future: Forging a New Politics to Fight Climate Change, Racism, and the Next Pandemic (2021); The Green New Deal and Beyond: Ending the Climate Emergency While We Still Can (2020); Losing Our Cool: Uncomfortable Truths About Our Air-Conditioned World (2010); and, with Paul Cox, How the World Breaks: Life in Catastrophe’s Path, from the Caribbean to Siberia (2016).
Andrew Lee’s work and writing engage with emergent social configurations and movements; domestic and international displacements; and land, loss, and liberation. His work has previously appeared in outlets including Notes From Below, Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, Plan A Magazine, and Teen Vogue. Andrew is a long-time restaurant worker currently serving as managing editor for Anti-Racism Daily.
Lornet Turnbull is a freelance journalist based in Seattle, where she writes about the region for national publications. She’s a former YES! editor who joined the magazine in 2017, inspired by the organization’s commitment to give voice to marginalized communities following the 2016 election. Over the years, her work has earned her local, state, and national journalism recognition; she was part of the Seattle Times team that won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post and other publications.