Burn ~ Part 2 (cont. from last week’s part 1): Refusal

Burn ~ Part 2 (cont. from last week’s part 1): Refusal

by Nancy Grayum I see withholding as a practice, a way of living lightly, spending small, taking time to think and feel, pacing ourselves. Progressive refusal, increasingly tweaking our resistance to the culture of waste and greed, can create meaningful outcomes....
Burn ~ Part 2 (cont. from last week’s part 1): Refusal

Burn ~ Part 1 Investigation

by Nancy Grayum We got burned. But as I simmer over the dismantling of the EPA, the outrageous bloating of a so-called “Defense” budget, the construction of pipelines, rolling of coal and oil trains and the fracking for natural gas, I also initiate an...

Aleppo

The smell of laurel and olive trees is impregnated in my skin. The scent is integrated and meshed with generations of my family. It was my great grandfather Elias, who had the original idea of planting laurel and olive trees on the small piece of land that he...

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