Consuelo Flores
Los Angeles

Day of the Dead Altarista Uses Grief, Justice, and Joy as Her Medium

Early in the month of October, the Los Angeles home of MFA alum Consuelo G. Flores becomes an explosion of boxes and bins, ornate paper flowers, and bolts of colorful fabric. This is when her busy time begins. The artist, writer, and advocate will spend the following weeks preparing to build altars for Day of the Dead celebrations—a practice she began as a teenager.

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Megan McDaniel working with 3 Amazon River Community Members
Antioch University

Working to Save the Rainforest with Amazon River Communities

Megan McDaniel ‘20 first traveled to the Peruvian Amazon in 2014. Now, several years, several trips to Peru, and an MS in Environmental Studies later, she’s the Executive Director of a nonprofit conservation organization Conservación de la Naturaleza Amazónica del Perú (CONAPAC).  

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Climate change from drought to green growth
Antioch University

Durable Behavior and Climate Resilience

Human behavior is at the core of environmental issues. This talk hosted by the Antioch University Conservation Psychology Institute presents four insights from behavioral science about the challenges of behavior change and the impact of behavioral aspects on environmental issues.

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land and sea creature illustration
Antioch University

Shaping Organizational Culture to Drive Conservation Success

Human behavior is at the core of environmental issues. This talk hosted by the Antioch University Conservation Psychology Institute presents four insights from behavioral science about the challenges of behavior change and the impact of behavioral aspects on environmental issues.

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Marilyn Musterait Antioch Voices
New England

Holistic Ways of Healing

Ever since I was little, my Grand Uncle, an honorary member of the Tonkawa Tribe, would visit my family from Oklahoma, and tell us stories

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