Asia

A name you should know: Land rights, gender, and the lasting legacy of Kasturba Gandhi

A conversation with Shashi Ji Tyagi of long-time Thousand Currents partner, GRAVIS

October 10, 2018

Alternative EconomiesClimate JusticeFood SovereigntyGlobalGrassroots Leadership

What powerful climate-focused giving looks like

The most important things you need to know.

September 26, 2018

Food SovereigntyLatin America

5 years, 19 federal courts, and David keeps fighting Goliath

Sharing a brief report from la Demanda Colectiva Maíz, or the Collective Action of Maize, about Mexico's legal battles to protect its native maize and people’s rights to biodiversity.

September 05, 2018

Uncategorized

From the woods to the streets to the living room: A homecoming

Lindley Mease’s journey to the CLIMA (Climate Leaders In Movement Action) Fund

September 05, 2018

Alternative EconomiesAsia

How do you spot “empowered” women?

Hint: There is no one way.

August 17, 2018

Alternative EconomiesAsiaClimate JusticeFood SovereigntyGrassroots Leadership

Site visits, seeds, and these “important political times”

An interview with Trishala Deb, Asia Region Program Director, about the team’s recent trip to Nepal and how Thousand Currents does site visits.

August 14, 2018

Latin AmericaUncategorized

Erupciones

Imaginemos un mundo sin ellas.

August 13, 2018

Our Community

Mermaids and magic: Conjuring a future for us all

The joy and challenge of artist-in-residence Sharon Bridgforth’s Dat Black Mermaid Man Lady/The Show.

July 23, 2018

Food SovereigntyGrassroots LeadershipLatin AmericaOur Community

“The momentum”: How women in Guatemala are taking care of their families’ health, the land, and each other

This photo essay by Barbara Voorhies showcases how our partner ADEMI is strengthening their local economy, community health, and agroecology practices.

July 20, 2018

Our Community

You are now leaving colonized time

A Thousand Currents Academy participant embraces a new practice.

July 17, 2018