On September 18, the New York Times Daily podcast featured Terry Tempest Williams reading her "Obituary for the Land." In it she implores all of us to realize that our American dream of "freedom" and [...]
No matter what’s knocked us down or how long we’ve been there, we can not only survive but thrive. Flattened by grief—ecological, social, personal—we can still be pierced by beauty, wonder, and delight. These gifts [...]
Feminine Eldership Rising is a 3-day seminar featuring a variety of leaders in diverse fields. Trebbe Johnson will be presenting an online talk and workshop on June 24 from 1-3 PM EDT. All sessions will [...]
The Practice of RadJoy entails going to damaged places and finding and making beauty there. We take a bold, honest look at what's before us, open up to difficult feelings of outrage and grief... and [...]
Although I like to think that taking my Climate Change Communication class is a rewarding journey, I know that can also be emotionally taxing. We spend the entire semester talking about climate change, obviously, so [...]
The south-east of Australia lost much of its wild places over the (southern) summer of 2019/20. Uncontainable bush fires ran through from August 2019 to early February 2020. People died, houses were lost and forest [...]
Carol Zuccarino is volunteering and living at a shelter on the border of Mexico to work with asylum seekers. She sent the following description of their Global Earth Exchange: Yesterday our small group of three [...]
The Jordan River, a geographical icon of religion, song, promise, and African American history, is, in truth, a wounded river. Trebbe Johnson was part of a pilgrimage to explore the wounds of the river and its people and bring ceremony and new life. https://radicaljoy.org/wp-content/uploads/Gifts-in-the-Promised-Land—Trebbe-Johnson.pdf
A conversation with Trebbe Johnson and Francis Weller In the fall of 2018, authors Trebbe Johnson and Francis Weller initiated a conversation that we anticipated would be rich, unexpected, and offer something vital to our [...]
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