The themes throughout the varied experiences of Pat Marble's long life are about being comfortable, inquisitive, and interested in the spaces around her. Marble was born in Indiana in 1912 and lived
As leader of the Honor the Earth organization, Winona LaDuke has been focused for several years on the issue of Enbridge’s desire to put an oil pipeline through
My little brother and I huddled against Mother’s body, clutching fistfuls of her skirt. That morning we had seen the Statue of Liberty, from her feet up. We watched men take all day
My parents were sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta. Their parents were sharecroppers. Their grandparents were slaves. I was blessed to have met my great-grandmother, who
Growing up in Duluth, patches of wilderness were around every corner. As a white woman, I had unlimited access to safe, green spaces. I grew up exploring nature in my
August 2018 issue “No viable alternative has been presented to address the financial impact of mining. It feels like we keep tarrying on the wrong half of the problem: the part where we
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