From Westminster to Hollywood, the status quo is being challenged – we need to focus on alternative ways of being all the more
It feels like a lot of the work of sorting and sifting through the past, making sense of memories has been done. Now it’s time to move on…
Does the current rehashing of history to serve destructive aims suggest we need to address past losses if we’re going to find a way forward that benefits us all?
It feels like it matters more than ever that protest is effective, but how do we create the space to examine our methods and perhaps dream up new ones?
Endings, beginnings, and the spaces in between
I haven’t found a way yet of holding both realities, which seem to coexist while remaining very distinct
Suffering and endurance demands a lot of us, but the move towards a more creative stance of reimagining the future is tough to navigate
What is the impact on us as individuals and society if our capacity to choose is engaged primarily in the matter of consumption?
It’s vital in a city like Detroit that the voices of suffering, poverty and disadvantage are heard
Questions about the future, what we want to build and create can render us powerless and ineffective, unsure about what to do…