The website Native-Land.ca offers an easy, intuitive platform to understand which native territories you live in
DIOP is a Detroit-based, Black-owned apparel company that makes products rooted in and celebrating the Black Diaspora.
Simply sign up for Arcadia at $5/month and they invest in solar and wind farms around the country, which can then indirectly power your home through Renewable Energy Certificates.
The Black Voters Matter Fund, based in Georgia, works to: “increase power in marginalized, predominantly Black communities. Effective voting allows a community to determine its own destiny.”
Many trans youth likely will not get to enjoy the holidays in the same way many of us do without support. Fortunately, we can all help through the new social media campaign TranSanta.
GiveDirectly is the first — and largest — nonprofit that lets donors like you send money directly to the world’s poorest.
Products featured in this gift guide have been vetted by the Lonely Whale team as products that are gentle on the ocean. Each comes from a business that is committed to a future with clean seas.
One example: Trader Joe’s has a Peppermint & Tea Tree Shampoo Bar. Instead of a liquid, packaged in a plastic bottle, this is just like a bar of soap. One fewer plastic bottle in the landfill or in the ocean!
Now that the campaign season is over, what do we do with all those political yard signs? Trash them? Keep them for memories’ sake? Florida beekeeper Alma Johnson has a better idea: donate them to help keep her honeybee hives warm.
Will you take a minute to send an e-comment to LA County Supervisors and the LA County Department of Regional Planning urging them to protect Los Angeles communities from oil and gas activities?