Another Gulf Is Possible live recorded podcast 5 episode series “We Got We, Not BP” reflects on the 10 years of struggles and solutions since the BP oil disaster. Featuring voices of Gulf South climate and environmental justice leaders reflecting in the midst a pandemic and an uprising.
We’ve bailed out the corporations way too long. From BP to COVID-19, mutual aid and solidarity is how we survive and thrive. Let’s talk about how We Got We.
Live recorded from April 20 - June 15 2020 - 5 episode series
Produced by grassroots artist-activist collective, Another Gulf Is Possible Collaborative
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EPISODE FIVE: WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
EPISODE 5 GUESTS:Spirit McIntyre, musician and activist, New Orleans, LALaVonna Varnado-Brown, artist, teacher, community organizer, New Orleans, LADerrick Evans, teacher, activist, storyteller, originally from Turkey Creek, MSTony McCray, community organizer & advocate, Pensacola, FLQuincy “Q” Hull, spoken word artist, educator, and musician, Pensacola, FLCo-Hosts: Monique Verdin & Sharon Linezo HongProduction Support: Noel Didla, Yudith Nieto, Anne White Hat, Ramsey SpraguePost-Producer: Jayeesha Dutta
EPISODE ONE: 10 YEARS SINCE THE BP OIL DISASTER STARTED
INTRODUCTION TO ANOTHER GULF IS POSSIBLE COLLABORATIVEIntroduction and general assembly of Another Gulf Is Possible Collaborative of Gulf Coast Water, Land and Air Protectors – and artists/cultural workersSpecial Guest: Cherri FoytlinAll Current Members of AGIP Collaborative: Noel Didla, Jayeesha Dutta, Anne White Hat, Bekah Hinojosa, Sharon Hong, Yudith Nieto, Bryan Parras, Patricia Rubio, Ramsey Sprague, Monique VerdinWE GOT WE, NOT BP EPISODE 1 WAS LIVE RECORDED ON APRIL 20, 2020
EPISODE TWO: 500 NOT 50 YEARS OF RESISTANCE
Mutual aid and survival through 500 years of disaster, displacement, and determination; Combined impact of climate change and fossil fuel disasters on traditional subsistence practiceGUESTS:Chief Shirell Parfait-Dardar of the Grand Caillou-Dulac Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-ChoctawJeffrey Darensbourg, Tribal Council Member of the Atakapa-Ishak Tribe & author of the zine Bulbancha is Still a PlaceAkil Bakari from Malcolm X Grassroots MovementMarcus Briggs-Cloud, Maskoke/Ekvnv YefolecvlkeMusic by Deejay Karo (Monacan, Saponi, Lenni Lenape)Hosted by: Cherri Foytlin, Ramsey Sprague, Monique VerdinLive Producer: Bryan ParrasPost Producer: Sharon HongProduction Support: Jayeesha Dutta and Bekah Hinojosa
EPISODE THREE: LAND, FOOD & WATER SOVEREIGNTY FROM THE GULF SOUTH TO THE GLOBAL SOUTH
Food sovereignty in the COVID-19 eraLand and water sovereignty for self-determined decolonized futuresGUESTSJorge Diaz – AgitArte, Santurce, BorikénYawah Awololo – Mahalah Farms, Cuba, ALAlsie Parks – land steward, farmer organizer, and agrarian cultural workerSpoken Word and QnA By: Artis Burney, cultural steward of MS Gulf CoastMusic By: Cano Cangrejo, Saoco VirtualGuest Host: Cherri FoytlinLive Producers & Co-Hosts: Noel Didla & Jayeesha DuttaProduction Support: Bekah Hinojosa, Monique Verdin & Sharon HongPost-Producer: Bryan Parras
EPISODE FOUR: PUBLIC HEALTH FROM BP to COVID-19
Guests: Kindra Arnesen, Gabby Zavala, Dr. Eleca Dunham, Leigh HaynesMusic By: Poleon Williams & Drew LandrySpecial Guest Host: Cherri FoytlinLive Producers & Co-Hosts: Patti Rubio, Bryan Parras, Bekah HinojosaProduction Support: Yudith Nieto & Anne White HatPost Producer: Jayeesha Dutta