Click play to watch an exclusive yoga flow from Aabi Abdun-Nafi, a yoga instructor who leads free, restorative classes at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, DC—and read her full interview with To The People.
These may be complicated, distressing, and tiring times, but the good news is that consumer choices matter, protesting is working, and for one California tribe, their land is returning to them.
One day it dawned on me that if my feminism can be intersectional, so can my environmentalism. So I decided to define the term Intersectional Environmentalism as this: an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet.
Protests have erupted in all 50 U.S. states and at least 20 countries across the world, from Japan to Brazil to Senegal to Hungary. And what we’re doing—from protests to petitions to phone calls—is working. Though the road continues ahead of us, we’re seeing results from the pressure of our actions unfold by the day. We’re using this space to chronicle the positive outcomes of protests worldwide.
We now face what is hopefully a progression toward the dismantling of systemic racism. To make real change, educating ourselves to be better equipped in tough conversations is key. So is voting come November. So are the dollars you spend.
Youth To The People has donated $50,000 across Black Lives Matter, Black Girls Code, and the NAACP. Our team is committed to continuing the conversation within our company and on our platforms, and we invite you to join us. This is a living list of resources, and as we become aware of more we’ll continue to add them here.