Weaving stories of resistance and resilience in the struggle for environmental rights in cities, pueblos, and villages across the globe to reveal the kinship and sacredness between plants, humans, animals, and land.
Radix is a story-sharing collective of resistance and resilience for healing our land and people. We are people of faith and consciousness who come from various backgrounds. We reside in the Ventura River Watershed, Los Angeles River Watershed, Ballona Creek Watershed, and Willamette River Watershed on Chumash, Tongva, and Kalapuya lands. We share stories about how communities and individuals resist destructive social structures and environmental degradation to create a better world for all living beings. Our hope is that these stories will inspire emerging leaders to cultivate a vocation that intersects soil, sanctuary, streets, and soul.
Our vision is to inspire emerging leaders to cultivate a vocation that intersects soil, sanctuary, streets, and soul.