Post Carbon Institute: What Could Possibly Go Right?

Severine von Tscharner Fleming is a farmer, activist, and organizer. She runs Smithereen Farm, a certified organic, wild blueberry, seaweed, and orchard operation that also hosts summer camps, camping, and educational workshops. She’s also a founder and board member of Agrarian Trust and the...

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What Could Possibly Go Right?

Join the Post-Carbon Institute for their podcast series of interviews with thought leaders from around the world, hosted by author and activist, Vicki Robin, on “What Could Possibly Go Right?”.  Starting with the acknowledgement that there is plenty to despair over, guests answer this...

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X-Ray Non-Profit Happy Hour

Airing weekly on XRAY.fm (1:30 pm Fridays, after the City Club broadcast), “The Non-Profit Happy Hour” is an great way to stay engaged with Portland’s civic leaders and trends. A half-hour interview program with host Phil Busse. Friday, August 28:  Cameron Whitten, Executive...

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Racial Justice

This page contains a variety of different types community support and educational resources to address issues of racial injustice.  If you have resources to share, please do, as we want this page to be helpful and current. Community Resources: Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives (PCRI) ...

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The importance of climate education in a COVID-19 world

The World Economic Forum COVID Action Platform The role Latin American families play in their children’s education is well documented. But new research suggests children play a big role in encouraging their parents to behave more sustainably. A national climate change education programme in...

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Dawnland is now available

DAWNLAND is an astounding film that illuminates complex concepts around truth-telling, Indigenous child removal, and cultural genocide in the United States. The film and accompanying teachers’ guide are essential teaching and learning resources for social studies education. FIRST LIGHT, DAWNLAND,...

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Bioneers Radio and Podcasts

Enjoy Bioneers meaningful Radio and Podcasts. Indigenous Women Rising: Upholding the Hoop of Life From the Canadian tar sands to the oil and natural gas fields of North America and the Amazon jungle, Indigenous peoples of the North and South are converging in one struggle. It is also the...

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Casey Camp-Horinek: Aligning Human Law with Natural Law

According to Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca), for as long as Mother Earth and Father Sky have blessed all life on Earth with sustenance, there has been a Sacred System honored by all species. Only humans have strayed wildly from these original instructions to live in harmony with all and to recognize...

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Stories to Change the World

MISSION Because literature informs our expectations, Stories to Change the World publishes writings from people of color, youth, feminists, and informed optimists to further equitable progress in the world. In the face of overwhelming apocalyptic stories from the perspective of white patriarchy,...

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