43 min

SINK Episode 2::The Land Beneath Us Antenna::Signals Podcast

    • Arts

S-I-N-K. You know the feeling. That sinking feeling where you think you’re on solid ground. But everything’s falling apart.

To live in New Orleans is to live near the water. We breathe it in our air. We feel it on our skin and under our feet.

I wanted to know about the science of the ground sinking beneath us. And maybe by looking at subsidence of Louisiana soil while simultaneously learning more about the housing policies rooted upon this earth…maybe I could think about all of this in a new way. Maybe I can learn more about my part in this ecosystem. And work to make changes for the benefit of all involved.

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Many thanks to our guests for their contributions to this episode:

Cyndhia Ramatchandirane, a geoscientist at Earthjustice working to communicate the health, environmental and climate impacts of fossil fuels.
https://earthjustice.org/about/staff/cyndhia-ramatchandirane

Hannah Adams, a attorney focused on landlord tenant disputes and a board member of Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative
www.slls.org

Davida Finger, an educator at Loyola Law School working with students representing low income clients.
law.loyno.edu/academics/faculty-…tory/davida-finger

Shana Griffin, co-founder of Jame Place Sustainability Initiative, artist and activist. As Interim Executive Director of Antenna, Shana also provided editorial assistance to this series.
www.shanamgriffin.com

Andreaneica Morris, the Executive Director of Housing NOLA.
www.housingnola.org/main/home

Y. Frank Southall, Lead Organizer and Community Engagement Coordinator of the Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative and member of the New Orleans Renter’s Rights Assembly
www.jpnsi.org
nolarra.wordpress.com

Music in this episode is by Circus Marcus, Selva de Mar, Aaron Ximm. and The Roots of Music. Shea Shackleford served as editor. This piece was produced by Marie Lovejoy.

You can help us keep creating this kind of content by supporting Antenna's work at
www.antenna.works/donate

This podcast is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Louisiana Division of the Arts, Arts Council New Orleans, The RosaMary Foundation, Morris Adjmi Architects and most importantly by individuals like you. You can subscribe to support this and all other Antenna programming, which includes publications delivered right to your doorstep. More at
www.antenna.works/subscribe.

📷: Shana Griffin

S-I-N-K. You know the feeling. That sinking feeling where you think you’re on solid ground. But everything’s falling apart.

To live in New Orleans is to live near the water. We breathe it in our air. We feel it on our skin and under our feet.

I wanted to know about the science of the ground sinking beneath us. And maybe by looking at subsidence of Louisiana soil while simultaneously learning more about the housing policies rooted upon this earth…maybe I could think about all of this in a new way. Maybe I can learn more about my part in this ecosystem. And work to make changes for the benefit of all involved.

----------------
Many thanks to our guests for their contributions to this episode:

Cyndhia Ramatchandirane, a geoscientist at Earthjustice working to communicate the health, environmental and climate impacts of fossil fuels.
https://earthjustice.org/about/staff/cyndhia-ramatchandirane

Hannah Adams, a attorney focused on landlord tenant disputes and a board member of Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative
www.slls.org

Davida Finger, an educator at Loyola Law School working with students representing low income clients.
law.loyno.edu/academics/faculty-…tory/davida-finger

Shana Griffin, co-founder of Jame Place Sustainability Initiative, artist and activist. As Interim Executive Director of Antenna, Shana also provided editorial assistance to this series.
www.shanamgriffin.com

Andreaneica Morris, the Executive Director of Housing NOLA.
www.housingnola.org/main/home

Y. Frank Southall, Lead Organizer and Community Engagement Coordinator of the Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative and member of the New Orleans Renter’s Rights Assembly
www.jpnsi.org
nolarra.wordpress.com

Music in this episode is by Circus Marcus, Selva de Mar, Aaron Ximm. and The Roots of Music. Shea Shackleford served as editor. This piece was produced by Marie Lovejoy.

You can help us keep creating this kind of content by supporting Antenna's work at
www.antenna.works/donate

This podcast is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Louisiana Division of the Arts, Arts Council New Orleans, The RosaMary Foundation, Morris Adjmi Architects and most importantly by individuals like you. You can subscribe to support this and all other Antenna programming, which includes publications delivered right to your doorstep. More at
www.antenna.works/subscribe.

📷: Shana Griffin

43 min

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