Contributors and important voices

Remembering Susan Sontag and the work of Donella Meadows and Molly Ivins

 

Click on the pictures to read their texts:

Joan Baxter
Elayne Clift
Arundhati Roy
Molly Ivins
Gila Svirsky
In Memory of Monica Sjoo, Starhawk (her website)

Grace Lee Boggs: Reports from Detroit

Grace Lee Boggs is an activist, writer and speaker whose more than sixty years of political involvement encompass the major U.S. social movements of this century: Labor, Civil rights, Black Power, Asian American, Women's and Environmental Justice. Friends from many communities helped celebrate her 95th birthday in June 2010. 
See: the Boggs Center Blog and the James & Grace Lee Boggs Center, also: In the presence of genius: Grace Lee Boggs.
Solutionaries is regular column by Grace and friends, on-line at The Michigan Citizen.

On her book, "Living for Change" University of Minnesota Press, 1998

Archival internet links:

Congratulations to Grace Lee Boggs, who turned 91 on June 27, 2006.
Read her column Celebrating my 91st birthday in the Michigan Citizen:

"...Among the young people gathered at Beans & Bytes I sensed a new revolutionary/evolutionary movement emerging. They seem to me to have learned the great lesson of the Black Power struggles of the 60s: that militancy and mobilization are not enough to build a 21st century movement. We need to go beyond rebellion. We/they need to create new truths, new language..."

Texts of interest:
Eco-hoods and eco-villages
Michigan Citizen, June 4-10, 2006
"In South central L.A. local residents and supporters are rallying to save an urban farm that has become a national symbol of urban agriculture as the wave of the future..." Connecting generations, building community

How shall we celebrate King’s birthday? Conversations with Vincent Harding

Where do we go from here: Chaos or Community?

Bioneers are Solution-Oriented Visionaries