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Greg Harman
Greg Harman

Greg Harman is a founder/co-editor at, an online journal based in San Antonio, Texas, that responds to our shared ecological, political, and cultural crises. His work has appeared in numerous outlets, such as The Guardian and Indian Country Today. He specializes in topics such as environmental justice, climate change, and biodiversity.

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Migration surge tied to a climate crisis Gov. Greg Abbott helped create

$4 Billion Operation Lone Star border security program designed to obscure Texas Governor culpability. By Greg Harman for Deceleration News. These weeks, I’m hearing people around me say it looks like the sun is getting closer to Haiti, the heat is unbearable. Yet, we know that the sun stays in its place, it is shade […]

By Greg Harman Posted in Climate Change, Migration Americas, Texas on February 3, 2024 Continue reading
The Sacred & The Law in San Antonio, Texas

Indigenous Claims on Trial in Brackenridge Park Lawsuit

Author’s note: Earlier this month, U.S. District Judge Fred Biery ruled that members of the Lipan-Apache “Hoosh Chetzel” Native American Church would be allowed space to worship at a sacred site in the headwaters of the San Antonio River within a city-owned park. However, in his preliminary ruling, he wrote that they were to be […]

By Greg Harman Posted in Activism, United States on October 26, 2023 Continue reading

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