Gravel > this land is your land

(ideas. research. work.)  I’m writing a new book called American Land to illustrate how most of our national landscapes are not aligned with our nation’s promise – with the idea that everyone is created equal. As I’m writing, I keep thinking about Woody Guthrie’s famous patriotic folk song, “This Land is Your Land,” and when I first learned the story behind it, I began to see our land as both a claim and a challenge. So, when I was asked to speak at TEDxCartersville in August, I took the opportunity to share that idea. Click the image to watch. >> Ryan

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