32 episodes

Marnita's Table is excited to bring its #WeatherTogether dIZI (digital Intentional Social Interaction) series to you in an accessible podcast format! At this time, while some of us have the luxury of being at home, many others are fighting for their lives, livelihoods and their community! #WeatherTogether covers topics including food sovereignty, parenting during times of crisis, and how to keep a sense of humor in this strange new era. With a diverse panel of experts, hobbyists, and curious people in those fields, #WeatherTogether is a must listen for community minded folk.

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Marnita's Table is excited to bring its #WeatherTogether dIZI (digital Intentional Social Interaction) series to you in an accessible podcast format! At this time, while some of us have the luxury of being at home, many others are fighting for their lives, livelihoods and their community! #WeatherTogether covers topics including food sovereignty, parenting during times of crisis, and how to keep a sense of humor in this strange new era. With a diverse panel of experts, hobbyists, and curious people in those fields, #WeatherTogether is a must listen for community minded folk.

    32. The Delta Variant

    32. The Delta Variant

    Today the #WeatherTogether team is discussing questions around The Delta Variant and how we’re feeling as COVID continues. Join the conversation!

    In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.

    • 35 min
    31. Colin Killick

    31. Colin Killick

    Join the conversation! Today, we have Colin Killick, Executive Director of the Disability Policy Consortium.

    In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.

    • 41 min
    30. Circle Settle In: Freedom and Independence

    30. Circle Settle In: Freedom and Independence

    Welcome to Weather Together! Today we’ll be discussing freedom and independence.

    Today we've again formatted the conversation around our segment called, "Circle Settle In". During our in-person events it's called, "Circle Share In". We hope the questions we've posed today are ones you can ask around your own table.

    1. Do you ever take vacations? Why or why not?

    2. Is it appropriate to celebrate during tragedies?

    3. If you could invent a holiday, what would the holiday celebrate or commemorate? What activities would you do on that day?

    4. Are you proud of your country of origin?

    5. Do you believe it’s ever possible to be independent?

    6. Do you value independence?

    7. Do you value one over the other? Independence vs. interdependence. Why?

    8. Are there some holidays that you feel you shouldn’t celebrate because they aren’t for you? If so, why?

    9. Do you feel free?

    10. Is there a way to tell the difference between when you are celebrating, appropriating or showing appreciation for someone’s culture? How do you know?

    In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.

    • 31 min
    29. Circle Settle In: Covid Restrictions & Is It Possible To Bridge A Deep Divide?

    29. Circle Settle In: Covid Restrictions & Is It Possible To Bridge A Deep Divide?

    Today we've formatted the conversation around our segment called, "Circle Settle In". During our in-person events it's called, "Circle Share In". We hope the questions we've posed today are ones you can ask around your own table.

    In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.

    • 35 min
    28. "Divisive Concepts"

    28. "Divisive Concepts"

    In this podcast we discuss divisive concepts and the laws that are happening all around the country. These laws are making it illegal to teach what is called divisive concepts; for example, how our country was founded on white supremacy. 

    We address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.

    • 37 min
    27. Breathing After The Verdict

    27. Breathing After The Verdict

    The #WeatherTogether team reflects on the landmark Chauvin Verdict and discusses how to move forward as both individuals and as a community. 



    In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.

    • 39 min

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