Mark Charles is a national-speaker and writer regarding modern-day history. He leads his audiences to find the roots of social justice issues embedded deep in history.
If you live in the East Bay, you live on traditional Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone land. This land has a deep history and a community of people who have lived here for thousands of years. For those of us who are not Indigenous to this land, the Shuumi Land Tax is a way to acknowledge this history and the Ohlone community.
Michael Barram in conversation with Mary Ellen Azada about religion, money, and politics and how we might start our economic reasoning from a place of abundance rather than scarcity.