The Work That Reconnects Network is inviting essays on the topic of the intersections of systems of human oppression and broader ecological devastation. Hearing from a wide variety of perspectives on this topic can contribute to community learning.
The Evolving Edge has a special focus on revisioning the Work with the aims of decolonization, integrating a deeper anti-oppression framing and analysis, embracing marginalized perspectives and considerations and generally making the Work safer and more relevant for non-dominant groups.
The most recently posted essay in the essay clipboard, “Monoculture in Food Movements: White Amnesia in an Apolitical Permaculture Movement,” is by Abby Maxwell.
Submissions can be submitted in one of three words counts: smaller essays of 500 words; medium-sized essays of 1500 words and longer essays of a maximum of 3500 words. Shorter submissions are encouraged for their easy readability. Longer essays will be considered as they can offer greater depth than shorter word counts.
Essays that are accepted will be published on the Essay Clipboard. The main criteria for publication are relevance to the topic and quality of writing, although don’t let the latter deter you. Members of our essay review team may be able to provide some editing assistance.
Hearing from a wide variety of perspectives on this topic can contribute to community learning. Please consider submitting an essay! Essay submissions can be sent along with a photo and short author bio to [email protected].
Thank you in advance if you choose to share your perspective with the wider community in this way.