In an era of compounding crises, the need to come together to build strong coalitions and communities asks each of us to radically reimagine what belonging—to one another and to our Earth—means. Today, much is seen as waste including others in our movements, communities, and even families. A culture of disposability intensifies distance and separation. In this moment when we need connection more than ever, we invite you to pause and consider: How do we handle each other? How do we come together in a changing world?
This publication was produced with generous funding support from our partners at the Kalliopeia Foundation.
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