I notoriously start random projects grown out of my endless need to research things. Here’s a list:
After seeing the work of Roxanne Swentzell, I have been inspired to eat like my ancestors. With all the heritages I come from, that is a huge mix of different foods. I’m starting with my Native ancestry, the Narragansett tribe, because I grew up in Rhode Island, so those foods will likely be familiar gastronomically and physically.
A list of hopepunk, afrofuturism, indigenous futurism, solarpunk, cli-fi, and scholarly books that don’t catastrophize or sugar-coat the future, while also providing us the strength and courage to face it.