More than 60 percent of fabric fibers are now synthetics, derived from fossil fuels, so if and when our clothing ends up in a landfill (about 85 percent of textile waste in the United States goes to landfills or is incinerated), they will not decay.
Author: Sarai W
Grounding Like Mama
Mama stands grounded. She grinds her bare feet in the grass and wiggles her toes in the dirt, filthy and … More
Beside the Waters
She moved beside the waters. Their bodies moving in unison and wholly taking up space Her breaths, much like the … More
Cracks in the Pavement
Have you heard the childhood phrase, “Step on a crack, break your momma’s back”? I grew up hearing other kids … More
Environmental Racism Is Real
Environmental racism exists around the world. Environmental racism is local. It’s subtle. This may be because we’re all so much a part of it that we don’t recognize it.
The Good Moving Buddy
Our day began as planned…This most recent move, however, was what we like to call, “The move from hell”.
Walks with Gran
Still choose excellence.
Cranes in the Sky
“Your strength is beautiful.”
I knew you. The day you came into this Earth, I knew you. Knew those blonde hairs and ever-changing eyes … More
Tenant at Will
Dead love. A tattered string of broken promises A scattered brain full of incomplete resolutions You almost killed me. You … More