Aurora Levins Morales: Where Greed Has No Power

Aurora Levins Morales is a writer and visionary whose work I want to know better. In the quotation below she identifies the problem facing humanity and, consequently, all life forms on our planet as well as the solution. I’m glad to see that her books are still in print.  

My job is to change the stories we tell and help us imagine a world where greed has no power, the earth is cherished and all people get to live safe and satisfying lives. Because once we truly imagine it, the pull to create it becomes irresistible. 

For more information, see her website: auroralevinsmorales.com 

Biographical Material 

Aurora Levins Morales. Jewish Women’s Archive.  

McCormack, Tina; Silva, Celeste; Whitman, Maren; Whitmer, Matt(2005). Aurora Levins Morales. Voices from the Gaps. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/166279.

Smith College. Voices of Feminism Project. Oral Histories. Transcript of Interview with Aurora Levins Morales. Interviewed by Kelly Anderson, September 28 and 30, 2005. 

Books

Levins, Morales A, and Rosario Morales. Cosecha and Other Stories. Cambridge, Mass: Palabrera 

Press, 2014. Internet resource.

Levins, Morales A, and Rosario Morales. Getting Home Alive. Ithaca, N.Y: Firebrand Books, 1986. Internet resource.

Levins, Morales A. The Historian As Curandera. East Lansing, Mich: Julian Samora Research Institute, Michigan State University, 1998. Print.

Levins, Morales A. The History of Latinos in West Oakland: Community Narratives. Berkeley, Calif: publisher not identified, 2000. Internet resource.

Levins, Morales A. Kindling: Writings on the Body. Cambridge, MA: Palabrera Press, 2013. Print.

Levins, Morales A. Medicine Stories: Essays for Radicals. , 2019. Internet resource.

Levins, Morales A, and Ricardo L. Morales. Remedios: Medicine Stories from the History of Puerto Rican Women and Our Kin. Berkeley, Calif: Yerba Bruja Productions, 1997. Internet resource.

         Levins, Morales A. Remedios: Stories of Earth and Iron from the History of Puertorriqueñas. Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 2001. Print.

         Levins, Morales A. Silt: Prose Poems. 2019. Print.


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