#58 On Extinction & Enchantment

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Alixa García is a Colombian born, globally-raised, multi-disciplinary artist, activist, and cultural activator whose work is imbued in ritual, spirit, and deep reverence for our Great Mother, Great Lover, our Earth. She is an award-winning activist, poet, and filmmaker. She is also a professional writer, visual artist, musician, and facilitator. Her work has been published by Whit Press, AK Press, Hatchett, & Daraja Press.

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Alixa’s upcoming course on A Course on the Imaginal: Cultivating the Visionary Self

Mentioned in the Episode the late artist and performer Tigre Bailando. The thumbnail artwork from this episode is “duo ex anima” by Tigre Bailando.


  • 00:00:00 – Introduction
  • 00:05:45 – Alixa’s Work
  •  00:12:08 – Indigenous Resilience
  • 00:27:36 – Enchantment
  • 00:43:10 – Burning Man 2023
  • 00:59:52 – Surrender
  • 01:18:24 – A Course on the Imaginal
  • 01:22:36 – “A Message from the Future”

Across Lines: Grief

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How do we catch people where they fall? How do we respond to this crisis in a way that doesn’t reinforce its architecture? What kind of politics is being summoned at this time?

Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address

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This video, filmed on location at the Onondaga Nation School in Onondaga Nation, focuses on the purpose and uses of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address.

On the Trauma Embedded
in our Response to Israel and Beyond

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Trauma, I have come to learn, can be with a small "t" or a big one

#61 Roots Run Deep

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An audio version of the Roots Run Deep event from Nov 3

Letter to the Children of Gaza

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A letter from journalist Chris Hedges was shared with SAND via Dr

When the freedom of the earth is everyone’s business

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A harrowing first hand account of environmental collapse in the heart of the Amazon

One Life, One Breath, One Mother

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Peace and justice exceed borders, blossoming through radical kinship

Sacred Activism, Sacred Water

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Like water itself, the protection of this vital resource takes many different forms

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