Alycee Lane

is creating a podcast that decolonizes our climate change catastrophe

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Climate change, Chris Cuomo tells us, was “manufactured in a crucible of inequality.” Specifically, it is “a product of the industrial and the fossil-fuel eras, historical forces powered by exploitation, colonialism and nearly limitless instrumental use of ‘nature.'”

Climate change continues to be manufactured in a crucible of inequality.

On my podcast, The Wretched of Mother Earth, we decolonize climate change.

About me: I am an Oakland, California based writer who authored the award-winning book, Nonviolence Now! Living the 1963 Birmingham Campaign’s Promise of Peace (2015). My podcast follows the theme of my most recent work, The Wretched of Mother Earth: the Handbook for Living, Dying, and Nonviolent Revolution in the Midst of Climate Change Catastrophe (2018).

In my previous life, I served as an assistant professor of English at UC Santa Barbara, where I taught courses in African American literature and culture.

My articles on climate change have appeared in the online news magazines Common Dreams, Truthout, Buzzflash and Counterpunch. I also write about it in my blog Coming in from the Cold, where I analyze political and social issues through the prism of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s philosophy of nonviolence.

Visit and like The Wretched of Mother Earth Facebook page!
Tiers
Decolonizers
$3 or more per month
You've stepped up. The words "climate change" are now your promise to decolonize. You get complete access to my On the Fly episodes.
Earth Protectors
$10 or more per month
Now you're committed. For you, "system change, not climate change" is more than a clever chant at the next climate march. In addition to access to On the Fly episodes, you get a complimentary copy of my book, The Wretched of Mother Earth.
System Changers
$20 or more per month
The title says it all. For you warriors, full access to On the Fly, a complimentary copy of The Wretched of Mother Earth, and a complimentary copy of my book, Nonviolence Now! (limited to first 50 System Changers).
Climate change, Chris Cuomo tells us, was “manufactured in a crucible of inequality.” Specifically, it is “a product of the industrial and the fossil-fuel eras, historical forces powered by exploitation, colonialism and nearly limitless instrumental use of ‘nature.'”

Climate change continues to be manufactured in a crucible of inequality.

On my podcast, The Wretched of Mother Earth, we decolonize climate change.

About me: I am an Oakland, California based writer who authored the award-winning book, Nonviolence Now! Living the 1963 Birmingham Campaign’s Promise of Peace (2015). My podcast follows the theme of my most recent work, The Wretched of Mother Earth: the Handbook for Living, Dying, and Nonviolent Revolution in the Midst of Climate Change Catastrophe (2018).

In my previous life, I served as an assistant professor of English at UC Santa Barbara, where I taught courses in African American literature and culture.

My articles on climate change have appeared in the online news magazines Common Dreams, Truthout, Buzzflash and Counterpunch. I also write about it in my blog Coming in from the Cold, where I analyze political and social issues through the prism of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s philosophy of nonviolence.

Visit and like The Wretched of Mother Earth Facebook page!

Recent posts by Alycee Lane

Tiers
Decolonizers
$3 or more per month
You've stepped up. The words "climate change" are now your promise to decolonize. You get complete access to my On the Fly episodes.
Earth Protectors
$10 or more per month
Now you're committed. For you, "system change, not climate change" is more than a clever chant at the next climate march. In addition to access to On the Fly episodes, you get a complimentary copy of my book, The Wretched of Mother Earth.
System Changers
$20 or more per month
The title says it all. For you warriors, full access to On the Fly, a complimentary copy of The Wretched of Mother Earth, and a complimentary copy of my book, Nonviolence Now! (limited to first 50 System Changers).