Category Archives: Environmental Justice

Frances Moore Lappé: GGI’s Fall 2020 Visiting Scholar

Daring for Democracy Join us for an online presentation by author and researcher, Frances Moore Lappé. Explore the root causes of our democracy crisis and the underreported story of millions of Americans joining together to restore and deepen democracy through a “movement … Continue reading

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The Agony and Ecstasy of Changing the World with Karen Campbell

So much is falling apart in so many ways in our world, from climate change accelerating, to the situation in Syria, to so many communities and rights threatened in the United States. Karen Campbell, GGI faculty member, talks about both … Continue reading

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GGI Grads in the News: Seema Reza and Taina Asili

In the last day, two GGI grads have been sharing their strongest words about the work we do in the world and how to do it better. Seema Reza’s article — “The Work of Waking Up the Sleeping in a … Continue reading

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