Chelsea Clyde-Brockway educates for climate justice
“I want everybody to take care of the animals and the earth around us. One person being perfect doesn’t really help, but if everyone tries, then we become a better population.” — Dr. Chelsea Clyde-Brockway
“When I first came to college, I lacked the confidence to do anything, but the people who work in the QC are all such independent, vocal, strong people and being a first-year coming into that was so inspiring.” — Malory Henry
While it is highly unlikely that you will get eaten by cannibals in the contemporary U.S., it may interest you to know that The Hills Have Eyes was heavily inspired by the Scottish legend from the 1600s of the Sawney Bean Clan.
Timothy A. Wise dissects the dangers of agribusiness
Many governmental agricultural initiatives place corporate profits over the needs and well-being of the farming communities most directly impacted by them. Wise saw this trend amidst the 2007 – 2008 global food price crisis.
“I feel like a lot of people don’t necessarily know a lot about the issues that indigenous people face on their own tribal homelands. This is a good opportunity to get firsthand experiences and learn more about our identity.”