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For The Wild is an Anthology of the Anthropocene; Focused on land based protection, co-liberation and intersectional storytelling rooted in a paradigm shift from human supremacy towards deep ecology.

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For The Wild is an Anthology of the Anthropocene; Focused on land based protection, co-liberation and intersectional storytelling rooted in a paradigm shift from human supremacy towards deep ecology.

    DeeplyRooted: Black Mary-Olivering with brontë velez /167

    DeeplyRooted: Black Mary-Olivering with brontë velez /167

    Deeply Rooted is a new offering devoted to inviting relief, balance and abundance into our lives during these uncertain times. We've brought together some amazing folks who we feel are wise stewards of Earth, spirit, community and bodily wisdom who will share a variety of grounding practices and coping tools to lend support during this unprecedented time where it can be easy to feel overwhelmed.

    This week, brontë velez transports us through revolutionary prayer. We hope brontë’s
    incantation ignites your creativity and fills up your inner well with joy, strength and peace.

    Follow our Deeply Rooted releases, coming your way on Mondays, to find solace and awaken inspiration through guided meditations, poetry and prose readings, questions for deep inquiry, story-telling, musical performances and more. May these offerings nourish your inner sanctuary and foster resilience, empowerment and liberation.

    Music by Stoic Beats & Pura Fé. The Lead to Life mantras were written by brontë velez and Kyle Lemle from Lead to Life. Visit our website at forthewild.world to learn more.

    Homebound: Personal Preparedness in Advance with Reverend M. KALANI SOUZA /166

    Homebound: Personal Preparedness in Advance with Reverend M. KALANI SOUZA /166

    For The Wild presents Homebound as an offering of curated episodes from the archives intended to share perspective and guidance in the midst of a time of tremendous uncertainty and possibility.


    In light of the personal and global impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak, our team has been drawing on wisdom from the archives to anchor us and help us to navigate this new reality. We understand that while society appears ripe for transformation, we are also being inundated with information that may feel paralyzing and that also perpetuates a culture of fear. As a response, we offer this series that explores physical, emotional and spiritual preparedness, self-reliance and community sovereignty.


    We invite you to join us on Fridays to hear seeds of wisdom from the weavers of transformation and mobilizers of personal and cultural shift featured in Homebound. We hope that this may serve as a North Star as we all traverse through our grief and fear that accompany this perplexing time fraught with shattering of systemic injustices alongside opportunities to co-create the world anew.

    As our first offering, we’re rereleasing this potent discussion with Reverend M. Kalani Souza, a gifted storyteller, singer, songwriter, musician, performer, poet, philosopher, priest, political satirist, and peacemaker. This episode originally aired in November of 2018 but we feel that these words on preparedness are more relevant now than ever.
    Music by Cover Story Doo Wop

    JILL WEITZ on Salmon Beyond Borders /165

    JILL WEITZ on Salmon Beyond Borders /165

    The Taku, Stikine, and Unuk Rivers are three of the largest salmon producing rivers that originate in so-called British Columbia and flow into Southeast Alaska. These transboundary rivers breath vital nourishment, cultural vibrancy, and economic sustenance into this region, yet there are no enforceable policies to protect wild salmon, clean water, or the many jobs and lifeways they support from mining projects upstream. In this special, in-person interview with Jill Weitz, campaign director at Salmon Beyond Borders, we take a closer look at the corporate mining sector and transboundary watersheds, following wild salmon in their path across borders to find common ground in the issues that unite us all. Music by Eliza Edens, Bird By Snow, Treya Lam. Visit our website at forthewild.word for the full episode description, references, and action points.

    KENRIC McDOWELL on Designing with Cosmo-Ecological Intelligence /164

    KENRIC McDOWELL on Designing with Cosmo-Ecological Intelligence /164

    Last fall, For The Wild was invited to participate in a workshop on art and technology in the Anthropocene hosted at the Guggenheim Museum. Facilitated by Kenric McDowell, alongside support from Troy Conrad Therrien, Curator of Architecture and Digital Initiative at the Guggenheim, we explored the role art and technology will play in our future depending upon its design. On this week’s episode we rejoin Kenric in conversation to follow up on some of the most fruitful topics from this workshop, like the cultures in which machine learning and technological advancement are cultivated in, the implications of anthropocentrism in design and how our understanding of relationship impacts technology and design. Music by South London HiFi, Bad Snacks, and Qenric. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references, and action points.

    LAYLA K. FEGHALI on Borderless Remembrance /163

    LAYLA K. FEGHALI on Borderless Remembrance /163

    Amidst a global swell of change, we are taking the cue to slow down where we can this week and lean back into the healing arms of our community, seek loving accountability rather than fragmentation, and ground ourselves in the great wisdom of this Earth. In this timely work, we find particular resonance and resource in our “plantcestors” (plant ancestors) — the leafy and thorned ones that have co-evolved alongside us humans, digesting the patterns of the stars and sky, mingling with pollinators and soil-dwellers, and giving life to material creation itself. Unfurling from our tender conversation with this week’s guest, ancestral re-membrance practitioner, medicine maker, storyteller, and archivist Layla K. Feghali, we turn to our beloved flora to aid in our collective restoration, the revival of our ancestral ways, the reclamation of earthly kind, and the great global project of healing. Music by Zikrayat. Visit our website at forthewild.word for the full episode description, references, and action points.

    KURT RUSSO on the People Under the Sea⌠ENCORE⌡ /162

    KURT RUSSO on the People Under the Sea⌠ENCORE⌡ /162

    This week we are rebroadcasting our episode with Kurt Russo on the People Under the Sea, originally aired in October of 2018. Kurt and Ayana’s conversation explores the powerful memory held by Southern Resident orcas, the threats they face from vessel noise, chemical pollutants, and declining Chinook salmon population, the health of the Salish Sea, and the Lummi Nation’s sacred duty to return Sk’aliCh’elh-tenaut (formerly known as Tokitae/Lolita), from where she is being held captive at Miami Seaquarium, to her natal waters in the Salish Sea. Music by Monplaisir and Amoeba. Photo courtesy of © George Karbus Photography. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references, and action points.

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