The Mapuche’s struggle for cultural survival is being met with increasing violence by the Argentine State.
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In Kenya’s Yala Swamp, periodic floods have become permanent, threatening the traditional way of life of thousands of wetland dwellers.
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Looking for everyday mystery and magic in the living world.
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Communal urban agriculture is a powerful tool for building climate resilient cities, growing equitable food systems, and healing a fractured society.
Rebecca Louise Law's floral installations offer a message about putting time back into creating art with things we already have.
Fenceline communities and POC activists still have a hard time having their ideas taken seriously, says Doria Robinson.
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