Spring 2022 : Personal Journeys
Table of Contents
In DepthExplore Section
From the Editors
Introduction: Personal Journeys
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A Journey From Rage to Mindfulness
An approach to examining systems, navigating emotional distress, and increasing social harmony.Ruth King
Nectar Nomad in the Land of Enchantment
What bees taught me about building community.
Melanie M. Kirby
Healing Generational Trauma
For Black and Indigenous communities, it takes more than therapy and medicine to tackle mental illness. We need a holistic approach.
Being the Change
Living sustainably can serve as quiet persuasion for those who may be turned off by scolding and hypocrisy.
Rachel Powell Horne
Reforming Laws From Behind Bars
Prison reformists—many of whom are serving long sentences—have united to change the cruel and arbitrary carceral system.
How Vulnerability Creates Change
Sharing a deeply personal story with the world helped me realize that vulnerability is a powerful tool to create change and inspire others to follow along.
Mike De Socio
Letting Go of Myths, Embracing Truths
By first transforming and reimagining ourselves, we all have an opportunity before us to truly transform our organizations and reimagine our work.
Solutions We LoveExplore Section
Rediscovering Nature and Myself
This spring, focus on reconnecting to foodways as a means to reconnect to your inner self during this season of emergence, renewal, and growth.
Drawing a Path to Action
Finding your place in the fight against the climate crisis doesn’t have to be rocket science.
People We Love
Preventing Prison and Recidivism
These three activists are working to support people at risk of either going to prison for the first time or returning to prison after release.
Culture ShiftExplore Section
Taking Back Our Focus
In "Stolen Focus," Johann Hari unplugs from digital media and regains his concentration.
On Unraveling and Resilience
In a world unraveling due to climate change, an environmental scientist looks to Indigenous stories of resilience.
A Handbook for Abolitionists
Patrisse Cullors’ new book offers guidance for personal, as well as systemic, change. Breaking the cycle of harm starts with us.