Sep 25, 2022
Vandana Shiva is an activist and
tireless advocate for food sovereignty for farmers’, peasants’, and
women’s rights. She’s a world-renowned ecofeminist,
anti-globalization thinker and scholar, a Right Livelihood Award
Laureate; and the author of several books including Reclaiming
the Commons, Earth Democracy, Oneness vs. the
1%, Stolen Harvest, and most recently a memoir,
My Life in a Biodiversity of Movements.
In this conversation, Vandana Shiva weaves together stories of her life with a critical examination of our current economic system along with inspiring stories of non-violent grassroots actions to protect and preserve the health and well-being of people and the planet.
How can we reject the spread of hierarchy and division and begin reclaiming our right to live free, think free, breathe free, and eat free? How can we go upstream to decolonize all the spheres of our lives and focus on strengthening and revitalizing the commons? These are just some of the questions we explore in this Conversation.
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