As a relatively new scholar and even newer attorney, I often struggle to understand what kind of a difference my efforts make in the world. I look at renowned scholars, activists, and civil rights attorneys and sigh at how little I've done in comparison. My writing hasn't been cited in SCOTUS decisions, I haven't litigated... Continue Reading →
I'm almost posting consistently once a week (almost) and thinking I might even graduate to posting twice a week. I know in the 24 hr news cycle, that's not really much, but it's a big deal for me because this time last year, I was posting maybe once a month at best. The hardest part... Continue Reading →
It takes me several hours to prepare a decent post, so while you wait for my latest musings, check out my updated "About" page. It's now more straightforward in my intention to make this blog a resource on intersectional sustainability.
After jiving with my brother about possible names, I settled upon the Green Liberationist (Green Diggity was a close second!). With the tagline "Liberation from the bottom up", I think it perfectly reflects the vision I have for this blog. Ultimately, I'm about liberation for all through intersectional, earth-centered collaboration (a fancy way of saying... Continue Reading →
I've lapsed on updating this space weekly, but not because I'm not doing anything. If anything, I've been super active online in other social media spaces…and I'm still trying to figure out the best way to manage my online presence in these various spaces. I'm especially thinking about the future of this space, The Green... Continue Reading →
Managing multiple social media outlets is hard work, phew! I've been mostly on Tumblr and Twitter lately and have neglected this blog. But I've got some updates in the works. So much has happened in my country and around the world with regards to state violation of human rights—I want to write something cohesive than... Continue Reading →