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Deceleration is an online journal responding to our shared ecological, political, and cultural crises. Moving beyond resistance to a just and sustainable peace.

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Deceleration is an online journal responding to our shared ecological, political, and cultural crises. Moving beyond resistance to a just and sustainable peace.

    14: Rights of Nature Movement Reaches San Antonio

    14: Rights of Nature Movement Reaches San Antonio

    Deceleration talks with attorneys and organizers affiliated with the Center for Democratic and Environmental Rights (CDER) about the Rights of Nature movement globally, as well as what it might look like locally in San Antonio.

    • 32 min
    13: Fabiola Ochoa Torralba on Decolonizing Dance

    13: Fabiola Ochoa Torralba on Decolonizing Dance

    Community-based dancer Fabiola Ochoa Torralba discusses her research on "bird movement vocabulary" and the wider projects of decolonizing dance.

    • 51 min
    12: Jim LaVilla-Havelin on Words for Birds

    12: Jim LaVilla-Havelin on Words for Birds

    San Antonio poet Jim LaVilla-Havelin discusses the origin and significance of National Poetry Month's Words for Birds and reads one of his poems included in the digital zine "Words for Birds 2020: Poetics for Pandemics."

    • 19 min
    11: Liberty Heise on Monarchs, Marathons, and Migration

    11: Liberty Heise on Monarchs, Marathons, and Migration

    Deceleration speaks with local runner, writer, and environmental educator Liberty Heise about her participation in the Monarch Ultra, a 4300km, transnational run that follows the migratory path of monarch butterflies from Ontario, Canada to the Sierra Madre mountains in Central Mexico.

    • 31 min
    10: March for Science San Antonio

    10: March for Science San Antonio

    Speaking with Peter Bella, organizer for March for Science San Antonio, and Gunnar Schade, atmospheric scientist at Texas A&M University about MfS, San Antonio's draft climate action plan, climate denialism, Greg Abbott, and more.

    • 51 min
    CAAP Review: Jeff Arndt

    CAAP Review: Jeff Arndt

    Jeff Arndt, president and CEO of VIA Metropolitan Transit, describes his experiences serving as a committee member working on San Antonio's Climate Action & Adaptation Plan.

    • 12 min

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