At Home in Little Village: Spare Time and After-Hours Advocacy for Young Professionals

Written by Joshua Moreno //  From location to actual tasks, there is nothing justice-inclined about my day job. On the eleventh floor, I can see young blondes on yachts the size of my apartment and towers ascend into clouds. My priorities are dictated by revenue and executives in London or vacationing in Cape Cod. I’m … Continue reading At Home in Little Village: Spare Time and After-Hours Advocacy for Young Professionals

Policy & Law: Learning to Use the Tools That Build Our Context

Policy, law, and politics in general can sometimes seem more complicated than they’re worth. For many of us, the laws that govern us remain somewhat mysterious and abstract -- we know they shape our world, but we don’t always have the energy to think about how and why. The two writers who contributed to this … Continue reading Policy & Law: Learning to Use the Tools That Build Our Context

Food, Place, and Self: Exploring the Ethics of Eating Local

Written by Emma Lietz Bilecky //  What does it mean to practice justice… through food? The question is a complicated one. Eating well is often an act entangled in a slew of privilege, requiring in the first place basic access to wholesome and healthy food. The economics of industrial agriculture and commodity markets have shaped food … Continue reading Food, Place, and Self: Exploring the Ethics of Eating Local