A two-decade long investigation and the unrelenting grassroots activism of AMPAEF
JoinedApril 14, 2021
Sabrina Gevaerd is a Brazilian born, London based illustrator and visual artist. Her work is and emotional landscape, manifested to translate thoughts into images.
The realities of being a pro-choice activist in a country with fewer than half a million people
On the migration to the metaverse and why we post online
Exploring why the global feminist movement must be rooted in climate justice
A Growing Culture provide an introduction to resources, key leaders and why seed sovereignty is a global issue
Radical Chilean collective La Tesis discuss how they are cultivating a democratic and intersectional global feminist movement through performance.
Andrew discusses how the art movement solarpunk has helped them battle the climate crisis by envisioning a sustainable utopian future.
It's time to create spaces for all people to participate
Throughout 2020, more than 1 million hectares of forests and wetlands were burned down in Argentina. According to the National Fire Management Service, 95% of these fires were caused by human activity. In March, the forests in Chubut, a province in the South of Argentina, started burning again. This resulted...