Rebecca Solnit

Rebecca Solnit was an antinuclear activist in the 1980s and 1990s, as her 1994 book Savage Dreams recounts. The author of "A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster," she is currently speaking about disaster, civil society, and utopia in programs with the Free University of New York, the San Francisco Public Library’s One City One Book program, and Cal Humanities. Her latest book, "Men Explain Things To Me," was released in May 2014.

Rebecca Solnit: The Age of Capitalism is over Rebecca Solnit
Rebecca Solnit: Las Vegas mirrors America's decline Rebecca Solnit
Rebecca Solnit: Feminism needs more Louie C.K.s and Chris Kluwes Rebecca Solnit
Rebecca Solnit: The politics of pretending are killing us Rebecca Solnit
The secret to fighting male fury: Why #YesAllWomen is so important Rebecca Solnit
Abortion Anniversary
"There's no going back": Rebecca Solnit on the bright future of feminism Rebecca Solnit
The terrifying truth about our burning planet: Destruction is so much easier than change Rebecca Solnit
2013's unexpected lesson: Hope isn't dead Rebecca Solnit
Storm chasers get close to a tornadic thunderstorm, one of several tornadoes that touched down, in South Haven
Why is it so hard to grasp climate change? Rebecca Solnit
Occupy Anniversary
Occupy turns 2 today Rebecca Solnit
Edward Snowden is a modern-day Prometheus Rebecca Solnit
Who will stop Google? Rebecca Solnit
There's hope for progressivism yet Rebecca Solnit
A rape a minute, a thousand corpses a year Rebecca Solnit
Addressing global warming: Earth's New Year's resolution Rebecca Solnit