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Living our Ecological Ethics: Life Lessons from the Love Bus at Oberlin College

By Environmental Justice, Love Bus, Performances, Petroleum Parenting

Oberlin College’s Environmental Studies Department at Oberlin presents my in-person workshops Thursday, September 28th 12:15-1:15pm Lunchtime Objects as Storytellers Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies 201 4:30-6:30pm Embodied Practice Workshop Oberlin Center for Convergence (StudiOC) I will be dedicating…

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Hospitality as an Antidote to Environmental Racism & Climate Chaos

By Environmental Justice, Interfaith, Jewish Multiculturalism, Uncategorized

When we live in a practice of gratitude, when we do not take things or people for granted, we truly embody hospitality. This practice unravels the interdependent relationships between waste/disposability and ethnocentrism/xenophobia–between ecological collapse and humanitarian abuses. Storytelling is a vehicle we can use…

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Boycott Civilization ~ Part 1 Cancerous Collusions

By Blog, Environmental Justice, Love Bus, Solidarity & Sustainability Essays

For this month, I offer Micaela Amateau Amato’s recent presentation at Pennsylvania State University’s Cancer and the Environment Symposium. Amato is not only my mother, but my primary collaborator focusing on fossil-fuel addicted culture and counter-hegemonic, living-art practices. Amato’s presentation on Cancerous Collusions, is the…

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