MANAGEMENT + LEADERSHIP
Relatives, Not Resources: Applying an Alaska Native Lens to Climate Sovereignty, Economic Justice, and Healing
To engage in true climate justice work, we must materially and spiritually heal our severed relationships to the land and each other. We must all take accountability and turn to Indigenous leadership to help us remember how to practice economies of care and compassion.
In Oakland, a Black arts collective has decided that to avoid displacement, they must own the property where they live and work. And they intend to achieve exactly that.
RACE + POWER
NPQ’s creatives assess the use of design in perpetuating harmful narratives—and in creating new ones.
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Tiny Spark Podcasts
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