Culture Dose | Decolonizing The World | Compost NYC | World is Burning Podcast

Join us as we tune into a webinar about decolonizing fashion, groove along with Nate and Hila’s music video about composting, and listen to the World is Burning podcast to stay informed about the impacts of climate change. We promise that spending some time with these amazing Earth Month resources will leave you feeling inspired and motivated to take action.

culture dose women in art

Culture Dose | Women in Art

This week it’s all about women and art. Starting with the “must read” The Story of Art Without Men by Katy Hessel

Culture Dose | All About Fungi

The fashion world is in love with Mycelium and rightly so. But there are so many amazing things about fungi we decided to go a little deeper.


Culture Dose | She-Punks | Come Hell or High Water | Pretty Sick

This week dive into Grrrl music with Revenge of the She-Punks A feminist music history and then listen to Make Me Sick Make Me Smile by Pretty Sick. Also check out Come Hell or High Water -a doc that follows the painful but inspiring journey of Derrick Evans, a Boston teacher who returns to his native coastal Mississippi when the graves of his ancestors are bulldozed to make way for the sprawling city of Gulfport.

The Commons

A Resurrection of Care: Learn about the Commons

Occupy didn’t altogether fail. It succeeded by unleashing the forces of commonality; igniting a path forward. We hear from the people, read their ideas, and engage in activists’ spaces to reclaim what is ours.

Culture Dose | This Week We’re All About (not) Eating Animals

Part memoir and part investigative report, Eating Animals is a book that, in the words of the Los Angeles Times, places Jonathan Safran Foer at the table with our greatest philosophers -and a must-read for anyone who cares about building a more humane and healthy world.


Culture Dose | Stolen Focus | Don’t Look Up | The Rebel Beat

In Stolen Focus, he explores a favela in Rio de Janeiro where everyone lost their attention in a particularly surreal way, and an office in New Zealand that discovered a remarkable technique to restore workers’ productivity.
In many ways this reads like a call to arms to reclaim our focus and along with it our humanity.