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At Paris Institute for Critical Thinking: Unveiling Progress as Parasite, We Must Replace “Renewable” Energies with Ecological Ethics

By Environmental Justice, Love Bus, Publications (2020-Present)

Unveiling Progress as Parasite:  We Must Replace “Renewable” Energies with Ecological Ethics • From The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking dePICTions volume 3 (2023): Critical Ecologies. Summary: My essay examines the insidious manifestations of greenwashing and environmental racism in the context of humanitarian imperialism—the…

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Equality: Industrial Capitalism’s Trojan Horse—Environmental Racism, Green Colonialism, and The Renewable Energies Revolution

By Chapters in Anthologies, Environmental Justice, Publications (2020-Present), Viscous Expectations

Published in: Philosophy as Practice in the Ecological Emergency: An Exploration of Urgent Matters, Ed. Lucy Weir, Palgrave Macmiilan, 2023 Summary: “I think the big crisis of our times is that our minds have been manipulated to give power to…

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Disarticulated Membranes: Pregnancy, Excess, and Radical Resistance

By Chapters in Anthologies, Environmental Justice, Love Bus, Petroleum Parenting, Publications (2020-Present), Viscous Expectations

  Published in: Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, issue 41.3, The University of Nebraska Press, 2021 Summary: My color photography is a theater of psychological and physical transformations that reveal a luminescent excess. This excess combines both the civilized…

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