ReVision: Places of Hope

by ReVision Publishing

The startling array of upheavals during 2020-a spreading global pandemic; policy brutality, racial tensions and social unrest; the rise in autocratic leaders worldwide; the undermining of confidence in the American democratic process of elections; and the ongoing but escalating threat of ecological collapse-together contribute to a pervasive atmosphere of uncertainty, depression, and even despair about the future.

In response to the many cracks appearing in the edifice of Western as well as other political systems, the next ReVision issue will explore “places of hope” with contributions from visionary authors who see past the current onslaught of dismal news. The articles approach hope from perspectives both within Indigenous cosmologies and from within Western frameworks, with contributions from the following authors: Paul Callaghan, Michael Gray, Isoke Femi, Karen Jaenke, Jurgen Kremer, Lily Mendoza, Glenn Aparicio Parry, Helena Soholm, Leny Strobel, Fariba Bazaran and others.

This is the Summer/Fall 2020 issue of the quarterly publication of ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation.

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ReVision Publishing • 2021 • 110 pages • 8.5 x 11 inches
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