Created in collaboration with a constellation of Black, Native, and Afro-Indigenous contributors, this immersive and in-depth magazine looks to the movements for Black Liberation and Indigenous Sovereignty for guidance on how to organize, reimagine, and transform in the midst of disaster and revolution.
At 200 pages, this magazine is a tome for our times. From reflections on interweaving climate justice and public policy to examinations of historical movements for Black liberation and Indigenous sovereignty, Black & Native Attention As Miracle brims with resources for sparking community organizing and cultivating civic engagement.
Loam is a movement of compassionate and creative activists who strive to support one another as they find their footing in the heart of the climate crisis. Their community is passionate about seeding regeneration, resilience, and joy through embodied experiences that inspire the cultivation of sustainable activist practices, foster intersectionality across movements, and help each one of us to heal our connection to our earth. From publishing vibrant print publications to facilitating immersive workshops, Loam's constellation of creatives is committed to building a better world through arts-as-activism.