Mark Auslander and Avis E. Williams23 April 2022 The proposed South River (Welaunee) Forest zone spans approximately 3,500 acres in southeastern … What these Trees have Seen: Slavery, Post-Slavery, and Anti-Blackness in the South River (Welaunee) Forest Zone Auslander and Williams discuss the history of the South River (Welaunee) forest on Atlanta’s south side. Justice […]Read More What these Trees have Seen: Slavery, Post-Slavery, and Anti-Blackness in the South River (Welaunee) Forest Zone
The first television series i recall watching was Star Trek in the late 1960’s — i was in kindergarten at the time. i grew up enamored with the stars, knowing the minute details of the planets, taking classes at the local observatory (Fernbank) in grade school. A few minutes after seeing the photos from the […]Read More The Cloud Minders
Over the last two years, people in Atlanta have been organizing to save the South River Forest. Meditations on the connection to Indigenous and Black liberation struggles.Read More Saving the Forest to Save the Earth
Landback and reparations are inseparable pathways to liberation.Read More Unbelonging: on reparations, Landback, and Property
Reflections on The Red Deal, the revolutionary practice of caretakingRead More Reflections on The Red Deal
What does “here” mean to us?Read More Where is here?
The book version of The Red Deal: Indigenous Action to Save Our Earth is now available for purchase. You should check out the podcast A Really Deep Seated Notion of Love (at Millennials Are Killing Capitalism) where the authors go into the the depth and genius behind the Red Deal. Here’s to a real for-real […]Read More From the Green New Deal to the Red Deal