A weeklyish commentary about climateish stuff, and how to keep it together in a world gone mad.
All living and dead things are connected, my healing and being able to live well honors not just my ancestors, but also the future generations.
In West Virginia’s Kanawha County, school bus drivers are leaving meals on porches and meeting families at bus stops.
There’s a mentality in prisons that places more value on power than protecting human life and we need to talk about that.
The idea of death is front and center for many people right now, and this psychological tendency has a strong influence on human behavior.
Graduations are another casualty of the coronavirus pandemic. This hits harder for students of color.
“Quarantine Life” is a collection of comedic shorts from Appalachian filmmakers that is both funny and relatable.
Could this be the beginning of a new food economy?
Keep Hope and Inspiration Coming in This Crisis
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