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These pieces investigate how artists and cultural movements are influencing policy and practice using interdisciplinarity, emotion, and humanity.


Common Home Arts Showcase

The Earth Commons and Common Home magazine welcome all within the Georgetown community to submit to its Common Home Arts Showcase. This year’s theme, in conjunction with the institute’s collaborative “Voices on the Environment” series, will be “Intergenerational Justice.”

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Arts & Culture, Maya Snyder, Spring 2022, What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading: Once There Were Wolves

Common Home editor Maya Snyder reviews Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy.

June 13, 2022

Arts & Culture, Environmental Justice, Spring 2022, What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading: The Black Side of the River: Race, Language, and Belonging in Washington D.C.

Jan Menafee, Program Specialist for Environment, Justice, and Education at the Red House at Georgetown University, reviews Dr. Jessica Grieser’s book The Black Side of the River: Race, Language, and Belonging in Washington D.C. for Common Home magazine.

June 6, 2022

Alannah Nathan, Arts & Culture, Maya Snyder, Spring 2022

The Devil and Gaia

Common Home editors Maya Snyder and Alannah Nathan review films from the D.C. Environmental Film Festival.

June 2, 2022