… and the Trouble with Hating It I grew up thinking that the problem was “cheap plastic crap.” Cheap Plastic Crap (CPC) is an expansive category that covers anything from fast food hamburgers to disposable diapers to poorly constructed toasters. If something broke, or gave me a stomachache, or didn’t fulfill expectations, it was a symbol […]
About Nora Leccese
Nora Leccese was politicized in the climate justice movement in Colorado. She cofounded a small nonprofit called Boulder Food Rescue and the Fossil Fuel Divestment campaign at the University of Colorado before moving to Washington, D.C., to become an Emerson National Hunger Fellow. She focuses her work on the intersection of queer liberation and white anti-racist politics, and she loves riding bicycles.