Movements Making Media: Podcasts and broadcasts from the grassroots. Race, Poverty & the Environment (RP&E), South Asian Feminist Radio: NOOL and more...
Mother from Another... (Planet)
Mother from Another…” is a story from Jess Clarke’s grand opus, “Imagining Liberation.” This episode takes place in Mendocino CA in 1970.
Of Forests and Floods – A Speculative Podcast Special Episode of NOOL
The Aarey Forest has been on the frontlines of a battle between environmental/indigenous activists and the State since 2014, the narrative offers a moment of possibility towards a different future.
As the South Goes; Organizing, Healing and Resilience in Gulf Coast Communities
“We need folks to value our difference and to value our uniqueness and to say that there just might be something as innovative as jazz to come out and solve this climate change problem.”
Beyond Gay Marriage
“I absolutely think housing for poor, homeless, and low-income queer folks is a huge issue for us, as is doing anti-violence work...” —Kenyon Farrow,
Carl Anthony on Earth Day: Then and Now
“Because of the white bias of the environmental movement, there was almost no talk about cities, even though 85 percent of the population of the United States lived in cities and metropolitan area.”
Claiming Our Voice Panel Discussion
“We have women power, people power, but we don’t have paper power.” Gulnahar Alam
“Unfortunately, the way the non-profit system is set up is that it does not affirm working class leadership, and I think that’s something that we have to really think about and reflect upon.”
These shows document a decade of activists speaking directly to their own experiences of liberation.