To be completely transparent: I’ve been writing, re-writing this post since I led the workshop last Friday. I find Anti-oppression to be difficult to write about and agonize over every single word trying to make it the best possible. I’ve decided it’s just time for me to be human- I can’t be prefect, so IContinue reading “New Experiences: International Anti-Oppression”
Tag Archives: Climate Change
Justice is Not Just a Word: It’s Life.
Last night, I had a dream that I went to the conference center where COP19 is taking place this year in Warsaw, Poland and they let me in without checking my credentials. I floated through security after getting my bag checked. I was able to go to all of the meetings I wanted to goContinue reading “Justice is Not Just a Word: It’s Life.”
“Do I smell a hippy?”
First Flight. Done. One down and two more to go. The woman behind me was eating an onion sandwich that was filling the entire cabin with the strong odor of, well… onions. As passengers continued to board, one of them walked past my aisle and said loudly “do I smell a hippy?”. The woman behindContinue reading ““Do I smell a hippy?””
From One Oil State to Another.
Here I sit, right where I began in Texas. My journey from one oil state to another has shaped the way I see the world. Right now, I can say that I’m experiencing some slight reverse culture shock. Why are women showing so much skin when it’s this cold outside? I don’t hear car hornsContinue reading “From One Oil State to Another.”