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Nourish New Haven Food Justice Conference 2014

In September 2014, I was a panelist for the New Haven Food Justice Conference at Yale Divinity School. This is the video from the panel discussion with Andrew Barnett, Mark Bomford, Tagan Engel, and Kristin Reynolds. 

Media

September 16 & 17, 2002

September 16 & 17, 2002

Asheville NC

“The NC Greens Say Hello”

What would a Green do to solve some of today’s looming problems? This is an excellent question, and one that will be answered in today’s pamphlet. 189 more words

Living and Breathing in a 'Black Swan' World

By David Orr

A Marine Corps friend of mine defines resilience as the ability to take a gut punch and come back swinging. More formally, it is said to be the capacity to maintain core functions and values in the face of outside disturbance. 3,996 more words

Environmental Justice

How would your life change if a mountain was your neighbor?

This is a sermon I preached on Friday, October 25, 2014 at the Nashville Regional Festival of Young Preachers.

Luke 10:25-37 New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) 1,838 more words

Community

Detroit River Institute Dispatch from the Road: Day 3

On the final day of the Detroit River Institute, Fellows learned all about urban agriculture, from production to sale to consumption. And – in what may have been an IJNR first – they debarked the bus and hopped on bicycles to tour the city! 26 more words

Development

Sheep Impounded and Diné Sheepherder Arrested in Escalation of Conflict on Disputed Navajo-Hopi Land

By DAVID CORREIA

The 1974 Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act forced a division of nearly two million acres of land between the Navajo and Hopi tribes. At the time, Senator Daniel Inouye, who was the Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, called the Act a “measure to settle a century-old land dispute between the Navajo and Hopi Tribes in Northwest Arizona.” … 755 more words

Environmental Politics