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Living in the age of drought

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What can Californians learn from indigenous women in Guatemala about how to respond?

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The long road to women’s empowerment in Guatemala

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A rural women’s association demonstrates why and how women leaders need each others’ support.

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How IDEX’s artists-in-residence program is making ripples in my community

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A “salon” features poetry, feasting, and loved ones in the U.S. capital city.

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Supporting earthquake survivors: A report from ASHA Nepal

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A partner reports how they’ve used resources from IDEX’s Nepal Recovery and Resilience Fund.

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What IDEX is learning from artists about the present moment, improvisation, and social change

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3 more things IDEX has learned so far from its artists-in-residence program.

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What IDEX is learning from artists about vulnerability, courage, and social change

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3 things IDEX staff have learned so far from our artists-in-residence program.

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Restoring the balance: Radical changes in an indigenous women’s group in Guatemala

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IDEX partner AFEDES shares how they have deepened their organizational strategy over the past decade.

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Restablecer el equilibrio: Los cambios radicales en un grupo de mujeres indígenas en Guatemala

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Cómo AFEDES han profundizado su estrategia de la organización en la última década.

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Environmental grantmaking at the grassroots: IDEX on the radio

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IDEX’s Yeshica Weerasekera on KPFA Berkeley’s Terra Verde show discussing the art and science of environmental grantmaking.

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Hope in the time of evictions

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From San Francisco to Guatemala City, grassroots movements remain strong to support people losing their homes.

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