To celebrate finally launching the second online issue of Harbinger: a Journal of Social Ecology, we are hosting a launch party this Thursday, February 9, at 8pm Eastern time. We'll be joined by several of the authors to offer thoughts and take questions, and then we'll have an open discussion on race, white supremacy, and colonialism focused on the different essays in the issue. All are welcome to attend!
After two years of pandemic delay, we’re very excited to announce that the new issue of Harbinger: a Journal of Social Ecology has now been released. The issue features nine timely contributions, all exploring social ecological perspectives on race, racism, and colonialism.
More videos from the summer gathering, Building Ecosocialism Below, a collaboration of the ISE with folks from Cooperation Jackson and the People's Network for Land and Liberation. The videos feature presentations by Kali Akuno, Mason Herson-Hord and many others.
• Based in north-central Vermont, the Institute for Social Ecology has offered experiential radical education and support for grassroots organizing and community-building for more than 40 years.
• Social Ecology advocates a reconstructive and transformative outlook on social and environmental issues, and promotes a directly democratic, confederal politics. Social Ecology envisions a moral economy that moves beyond scarcity and hierarchy, toward a world that reharmonizes human communities with the natural world, while celebrating diversity, creativity and freedom.