— What will be different TOMORROW?
Amidst the Covid-19 crisis, a wide range of people from multiple backgrounds, genders, races, ethnicities, and nationalities were invited to reflect on our common future. Responding to the question "What will be different tomorrow?", professionals from the arts, architecture, literature, journalism, cinema, sociology, psychology, health, economics, law, politics, climate activism, and much more shared their thoughts on the post-pandemic future. Some reflected on the future they deemed necessary, others on the future they wanted, and still others on the future they thought inevitable. Their responses became this book.
Through reflections, memories, dreams, conversations, and photographs, the book portrays thoughts compiled between 2020 and 2022, thus constructing a panorama of the ways we dealt with the crisis. An artifact of a particular moment in human history, Tomorrow Anew is a memory; both tales of what we imagined and reassessments of what could have been different.
Tomorrow Anew is an initiative to inspire a collective contemplation of our future while providing aid to those affected by the pandemic and the economic crisis. Through partnerships with four stellar NGOs that were actively responding to the COVID-19 crisis, we built a collective fundraising campaign to counter the most harmful effects of the pandemic, especially those concerning the indigenous people of Brazil. Now with the book, we are inaugurating a new phase of the project through which all the author profits from the sales will be directed to the indigenous people of Xingu, via the Associação Terra Indígena do Xingu (ATIX).
This is the last mile of the book production and a moment our support will be more valuable than ever, allowing us to not only publish the book but also reach even more people and provide more help on the ground. Below, you can reach out to us and check the preview of the book.