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Lions Roar : July 2016
EBECCA SOLNIT IS CERTAIN of only one thing—that hope includes uncertainty. “We don’t know what’s going to happen next, and that gives us room to act,” she says. “Hope is active engagement with uncertainty and the possibilities that it holds.” Solnit is best known as an important feminist writer and activist. Her 2008 essay Men Explain Things to Me is credited with launch- ing the term “mansplaining.” But as an award-winning journalist, historian, and activist, her work spans many genres, disciplines, and causes: landscapes, criticism, human rights, technology, indigenous peoples, gender, visual art, and climate change. The Truth Teller Writer and activist Rebecca Solnit fearlessly tells the truth about misogyny, injustice, and environmental destruction. But as LINDSAY KYTE reports, she tells us another important truth: we have hope, and it is found in uncertainty. R LION’S ROAR | JULY 2016 38