Chellis Glendinning lives in an Indo-Hispano village in northern New Mexico where she works for environmental justice. Psychologist, lecturer, poet, and activist, she is the author of “My Name is Chellis and I’m in Recovery from Western Civilization” and the Pulitzer Prize-nominated “When Technology Wounds.” She moved to a land-based Chicano village in 1993, where, she says, What matters is who your mother and father were, where along the river you lived.
- Off the Map (Vol. 7 Pg. 5)