5 episodes

Welcome to Healing Black Futures, a podcast envisioning Black liberation and healing through economic justice, brought to you by Reparations4slavery.com. Hosted by herbalist Asia Dorsey, the podcast features interviews with people leading the liberatory path forward.

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Welcome to Healing Black Futures, a podcast envisioning Black liberation and healing through economic justice, brought to you by Reparations4slavery.com. Hosted by herbalist Asia Dorsey, the podcast features interviews with people leading the liberatory path forward.

    Reparations and Financial Justice: with Enith Williams of the Reparations Finance Lab

    Reparations and Financial Justice: with Enith Williams of the Reparations Finance Lab

    Financial justice is an important element of the movement for reparations, given this country’s history of slavery and the many years of Black codes and Jim Crow laws, which effectively blocked Black economic progress for generations. As a result, Black wealth is now just 1/10th that of white wealth. Our guest today is Enith Williams, Founder and Managing Director of the Reparations Finance Lab, a financial service non-profit that seeks to engage capital markets to design innovative financial products and processes that will deliver Reparative Capital to the descendants of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

    • 36 min
    Reparations, Transportation and Infrastructure with Kristen Jeffers

    Reparations, Transportation and Infrastructure with Kristen Jeffers

    Transportation and Infrastructure justice is an important element of the movement for reparations, given this country’s history of bisecting and destroying communities of color through the construction of highways, light rail and other transportation systems. Now, generations later, Black urbanists are bringing a reparative lens to urban planning that literally heals the scars of racism in urban cities, undoing decades of structural exclusion. Our guest today is Kristen Jeffers, founder and editor-in-chief of the Black Urbanist, a muti-media platform exploring the urbanist movement. Kristen centers urbanism at the interaction of Black, queer, feminist theory.

    • 33 min
    Reparations, Liberation and Black Spiritual Traditions with Joy Tabernacle Kmt

    Reparations, Liberation and Black Spiritual Traditions with Joy Tabernacle Kmt

    Restoring Black access to indigenous African spiritual traditions is an important element of the movement for reparations, given this country’s history of using faith to subjugate Black people during and after the enslavement era. Our guest today is ritualist, healer and poet Joy Tabernacle Kmt.

    • 36 min
    Reparations, Afro-Futurism and Housing Justice with Rasheedah Phillips of PolicyLink

    Reparations, Afro-Futurism and Housing Justice with Rasheedah Phillips of PolicyLink

    Rasheedah Phillips, Director of Housing, leads Policy Links’ national advocacy to support the growing tenants’ rights, housing and land use movements and partnerships with grassroots partners, movement leaders, industry and government previously serving as Managing Attorney of Housing Policy at the Community Legal Services of Philadelphia. In this episode she explores reparations, afro-futurism and housing justice.

    • 44 min
    Reparations & Food Justice with Damien Thompson of Frontline Farming

    Reparations & Food Justice with Damien Thompson of Frontline Farming

    Food justice is an important element of the movement for reparations; it necessitates both access to land and economic redress in a variety of forms, given the historic connections much of our farmlands have to slavery, sharecropping and other injustices. Asia Dorsey discusses food justice with Damien Thompson of Frontline Farming, Denver, CO

    • 48 min

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