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Take Time Tuesday: Declutter Your Phone

Take Time Tuesday: Declutter Your Phone

This is the sixth blog in our Take Time Tuesday series exploring intersectional environmentalism. In each post, we highlight thought leaders paving the way and teaching us how to be better people, both through anti-racist education and environmental justice. Find the first one here. Note: Digital Minimalism, while not anti-racist or environmentally-just in and of itself, when practiced, can be a very helpful framework for "doing the work." Try it.   "I've got a major case of Zoom Fatigue." "Try these exercises: they've really good for tech neck." "My eyes are always tired." "I just can't seem to get myself into bed at a reasonable hour." All of these quotes...

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TAKE TIME TUESDAY: Unlikely Hikers with Jenny Bruso

TAKE TIME TUESDAY: Unlikely Hikers with Jenny Bruso

"We Can Do Hard Things" This is the fifth blog in our Take Time Tuesday series exploring intersectional environmentalism. Each week, we highlight thought leaders paving the way and teaching us how to be better people, both through anti-racist education and environmental justice. Find the first one here. At times, caring simultaneously for social justice, environmental justice, and your own well-being can seem like an impossible task. Jenny Bruso, self-defined as "a white, queer, fat, femme, writer and hiker," created Unlikely Hikers to be "a diverse, anti-racist, body-liberating outdoor community featuring the underrepresented outdoorsperson." This week for Take Time Tuesday, we're highlighting her recent episode entitled "We Can Do Hard...

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Take Time Tuesday: Robin Wall Kimmerer

Take Time Tuesday: Robin Wall Kimmerer

“As we work to heal the land, the land heals us.” - Joanna Macy This is the fourth blog in our Take Time Tuesday series to #amplifymelinatedvoices in intersectional environmentalism. Learn more here. Just like one perfectly ripe, fresh-picked strawberry leaves you hungering for more, I hope this post drives you searching for Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass if you haven’t yet had the pure pleasure of reading it. Both ecologist and a woman of indigenous heritage, Robin understands and honors both the science and the sacred when it comes to the natural world and our part in it. When it comes to intersectional environmentalism, she...

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