Holding Space for Grief Over Community Violence

Content warning: shootings and police violence We at MG have been processing the past week of violence in the United States (January 2023). On top of the continued assault against Black communities, people have been lost to gun violence in Monterey Park, CA, Half Moon...

An Interview with Michelle Mascarenhas

Interview By Angela Aguilar Late last year after 14 years as a staff collective member at Movement Generation, Michelle Mascarenhas stepped into her new role as an MG board member and more recently into a position at the Sierra Club as National Campaigns Director. In...

The Great Texas Freeze: Lessons One Year Later

On the anniversary of the ruthless energy blackout in Texas, Movement Generation offers up a path towards avoiding repeated collapses of the energy grid. By Timothy DenHerder-Thomas, Gopal Dayaneni, and Mateo Nube Artwork: Jackie Fawn ig@jackiefawn   Click here to...

Meeting Chaos With Calm: How To Prepare For A Potential Coup

By Mateo Nube, Movement Generation This article was originally published on MG’s medium.com blog. See the original article here. As a kid, I lived through multiple military coups. All told, over a decade of my childhood in Bolivia was spent under dictatorship /...

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By Tré Vasquez The following is an except from Movement Generation’s Course Correction series: Session 4 titled “Decolonize the Future.” This piece was written in response to the question: Where will we be in the year 2050?   What will be possible because we...

Are we ready for bioregional governance?

by Angela Aguilar While preparing for Movement Generation’s third session of our Course Correction series, Corrina Gould — the traditional spokesperson for the Confederated Villages of Lisjan (Ohlone) and co-founder of the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust — asked us, “are we in...