Winter 2022 : A New Social Justice
Table of Contents
A New Social Justice
In DepthExplore Section
From the Editors
Introduction: A New Social Justice
The theme for our 100th issue was inspired by the political earthquake of 2020 and the butterfly model of transformative social justice.Read more
The Third Reconstruction
New momentum in the continuing march toward a more equitable society.Zenobia Jeffries Warfield & Anoa Changa
Justice at the Heart of Climate Activism
The modern environmental justice movement understands the health of the planet and well-being of people are connected.
Lending on Character, Not Credit Scores
Conventional banking hasn't worked for businesses owned by people of color. But a new network is designed to get money flowing fairly to BIPOC economies.
Awakenings: The Collaborations That Create Change
Movements adapt and evolve toward a new social justice.
Natalie Peart & Sonali Kolhatkar
Put Philanthropy on the Front Lines
How to decolonize wealth through reparations.
When Reparations Grow From the Grassroots
Until federal reparations happen, local organizations across the country are stepping up.
Ray Levy Uyeda
The Healing Work of Returning Stolen Lands
The Wiyot Tribe regained its sacred island home after decades of unrelenting prayer and relationship-building.
Solutions We LoveExplore Section
A Moon-Inspired Menu
Following a lunar-inspired menu means eating seasonal and hyperlocal ingredients.
100 Things You Can Do to Help in the Climate Crisis
In case you needed help getting started.
People We Love
Fighting Back for Abortion Rights
As more states enact punitive laws restricting abortions, reproductive justice organizations look for new ways to regain ground and expand their movements.
Culture ShiftExplore Section
A Bigger Picture Gives Our Ancestors Their Full Humanity
“The Dawn of Everything” confronts deep assumptions about how human society developed from its humble origins.
By Tracing Addiction to Childhood Trauma, Can We Find Compassion?
“Our job, as human beings, is to learn from our suffering.”