Trina Robbins, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. A legend in comic book circles, an artist at a time when hardly any women drew comics, Trina Robbins discusses her latest book, a memoir, “Last Girl Standing,” which deals with her life as an artist, author, and clothing designer. She was the first woman to edit a comic book created by women, “It Ain’t Me Babe,” the first woman to draw “Wonder Woman,” and the single most influential historian of the women who created comics and cartoons.

The Visionary Activist Show

The Visionary Activist Show – Confluencing of Allies, to protect water, become like water…

Confluencing of Allies, to protect water, become like water… Caroline welcomes Starhawk, who be filing her scouting report, upon returning from the 1000 Grandmothers group in Minnesota, to stop the Line 3 pipeline which is threatening the pristine lakes where wild rice grows and the headwaters of the Mississippi.    “Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture … Continued

The Visionary Activist Show

The Visionary Activist Show – Power of effective dedication ~ Saturn stationing

Caroline welcomes denizen of Yosemite, Ron Kauk, who lives in El Portal, the doorway, which is deft because today we get to open portals between worlds, to suffuse the memosphere with sane reverent common sense. “Ron Kauk is a legendary Yosemite climber. He recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his many accomplishments, within and … Continued

Nick Estes (@nickwestes) is a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, is an Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico, and a co-founder of The Red Nation, an organization dedicated to native liberation. His latest book is Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and … Continued

Against the Grain

Anti-Capitalism and Indigenous Resistance

The resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline galvanized a generation of activists. It involved hundreds of tribes and thousands of people, standing up against not just the companies that would pollute the region’s water, but to the militarized forces of the state. As Native historian Nick Estes argues, the No DAPL efforts brought into sharp … Continued

The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption Dahr Jamail has journeyed along many of the geographical front lines of our environmental crisis, from Alaska to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to the Amazon rain forest, to discover the consequences of the loss of ice to nature and to humans. The … Continued