A Digital Map Leads to Reparations for Black and Indigenous Farmers
The map’s creators say they envision an equitable distribution of land and resources in the country.
Let’s Skip the War Part—and Go Right to Reparations
Because ecological destruction affects both friend and foe, the use of bombs, drones and missiles is akin to shooting oneself in the foot…and the lungs and the spirit. War undermines that which most of the world’s people aspire to: physical and financial security; satisfying work and social ties; clean air, food and water. Perhaps we can skip the violence and tragedy and blowback and move directly to restitution: reparations for damage sustained.