An icon of justice and democracy, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away last week from pancreatic cancer. Her words live on to encourage others to fight on an inspire others to follow.
Appreciating Nature’s Value
Author & activist Dr. Vandana Shiva is an inspiration in her efforts to remind people of their humanity & connection to the environment.
We Need Climate Action Now To Help Protect Their Future
We welcomed our new baby to the world! He brought with him a renewed hope for the future. We must take serious climate action now. For all the babies.
How To Discuss Climate Change: Insight From Maya Angelou
American poet & civil rights activist Maya Angelou shares her wisdom for tapping into our common humanity. It's vital to the climate movement.
Our House is on Fire!🔥
Climate activist Greta Thunberg offers a moving call to action, encouraging viewers to act on the climate crisis, and act quickly.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson On Scientific Truth
Niel DeGrasse Tyson reminds us that science isn't a belief. It's a well supported truth based on evidence, experimentation, and fact.
James Baldwin On Gaining Strength From The Past
James Baldwin encourages you to learn from the past. Pain and suffering is not new or unique but a connection we have to those who have lived through it.
Profound Rumi Wisdom
Rumi's profound words remind us that we are each of us a part of the bigger picture. Indeed, we are a reflection of it, and should live accordingly.
A New Hope: New York’s Ocasio-Cortez
Ocasio-Cortez won the NY-14 primary. It was a big win for the believers in democracy who continue to hope that the system genuinely represents the people.
Defend Your World
Henry David Thoreau had plenty to write about nature, justice, & equality. He even called out for activism & civil disobedience in order to do the right thing.
Sustaining Scientific Pursuit
Stephen Hawking was an inspiration! His formidable mind helped stoke curiosity & wonder, reminding us of the need to continue questioning everything.
Carl Sagan On Facing the World We Live In
Cosmologist Carl Sagan highlights the importance of facing reality for what it is, rather than what we hope it is or could be.