Facing my fears is helping me find healing.
Violence seems now as a spiked coil, piercing through the fabric of a given space and time at different points.
The opportunity to dive into these archives was a reintroduction to these people and their writing – and sometimes, an introduction altogether.
Navigating her role as a botanist and educator, Kimmerer champions pursuing ‘heart-driven science’ in the rigid confines of academia.
The legacies of imperialism are always closer to home than we think.
I can find the traces of these weeks in the way I have learned to hold myself, the way I am in my body.
For all of us, it’s a time for collective recognition of our lives in the U.K. We’re here. We belong. We exist.
‘I have seen too much in the arts and creative industries in Scotland to keep it to myself.’
The first loss is the world’s. The second is your own.
I was always the Sikh part from birth.