We asked readers to share their thoughts on what a world might look like if we respected the rights of nature.
Food. Water. Care. For once, let justice start there.
Ultimately, healing meant realizing that I was the creator of my own life.
I approach time cautiously now, its vast continuum billowing into space, uncertain as an opera with no clear ending.
Imagine you are on that departing spaceship. Will you suddenly panic at the loss of that smell that comes before rain?
“We are all homing — a journey by bits and pieces, looking for where we belong.”
Even outside of my studio, I often question the source and process inherent in my surroundings.
I joined the Minnesota Safe Harbor system as a navigator, which makes me feel like I can help change the lives of our vulnerable populations on a larger scale.
Sarah Curtiss: Breaking Patterns When I think of trans- forming justice, I think of the way that we are with
Margaret Hasse and Sharon DeMark: Shelter During the distress of pandemic, political unrest, and grievous social injustices, we sought to
This situation opens the door for us to be even more intentional about making authentic connections with the people we love, even virtually.
“The words “whole” and “healing” are rooted in meaning and intertwined with experience.” – Patricia Hoolihan