Anthony Tróchez is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Higher Education and Organizational Change Program at UCLA. As a first generation Afrolatino student, he is inspired by educators and scholar/activists who fearlessly envision a world that does not yet exist–a world where our education works to heal from the traumas of imperialism, white supremacy, and consumer-capitalist patriarchy. He cares deeply about the interconnections between education and how we choose to and, in most cases, are forced to live on the earth. In studying the intersections of race, gender, class and nature, he has come to believe that cultivating a philosophy and practice of education rooted in simplicity is paramount to re/learning how to live in, and with, the world.