Political geography is the study of people, their systems of social organization, and the spatial interaction between the two.
The field focuses on people, notably how they build their communities and organize themselves economically. It concerns how people express themselves, their past, their future, and incorporates all the possible ways to visually represent humans and their environment. It is inherently interdisciplinary.
And because political geography incorporates so many diverse fields, it requires us to think creatively to tackle the big questions we face.
You've got to practice what you preach. I've been involved in politics and political causes for years, focusing on putting into practice my beliefs, my values, and my ideas.