Essays and interviews sharing insights from ancestral and modern cosmologies, cultures, languages, and ecologies. Understandings of interrelationship—both past and present.
Dismantling diet culture by trusting ancestral foods and your body’s natural wisdom.
Excerpts from the special event featuring stories of Indigenous feminine wisdom.
Honoring salmon, water, and sacred migration: Gavin Van Horn’s interview with Xicana Indígena activist Niria Alicia about the Run4Salmon prayer journey. With audio.
How might we empower ourselves and even thrive in times of change? Nonprofit leader, consultant, and Toltec energy healer Brenda Salgado says that finding kinship—with both humans and other beings—is key.
How might ecology inform the practice and models of DEI? José González, educator and founder of Latino Outdoors, shares his ideas, art, and metaphors.
An exploration of ways Guadalupe is being recast and reclaimed in Xicanx/Latinx youth culture.
Patricia Chicueyi Coatl weaves memories, teachings from the Nahua cosmovision, and wisdom for our bodies in this reflective essay.
AnaLouise Keating, editor of Light in the Dark/Luz en lo oscuro, shares what we can learn from Gloria Anzaldúa's theory of nepantla.
How do you say “all my relations” in Nahuatl? Scholar, healing practitioner, and Nahuatl speaker Chicueyi Coatl explains the meaning of the word nepantla.
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