Asian-Heritage Month: Ecofeminism in South Asia

What do you picture when you hear the term, “Tree Hugger?” Bell bottoms and flower crowns? A 4/20-friendly free spirit? Maybe a nomadic band, tambourines and all.  Allow me to decolonize that image. The term, “tree hugger,” finds its roots in the Garahwal forest of Uttar Pradesh, a north Indian state bordering the Himalayas. The… Read more »