8 episodes

Where Roses Grow-  A podcast spotlighting the roses in Muckleshoot Land, known as Auburn, Washington. The roses seen in this project, are those who in the past or presently engage with anti-racism work and community organizing in Auburn. This platform combines contemporary forms of storytelling while honoring the traditional ways of teaching by expressing lived experiences and allowing for a collective narrative to be conveyed. Where Roses Grow is hosted by Erandy Flores-Bucio, a Purhepecha in the diaspora who grew up in South King County, she is currently a student at the University of Washington and a member of the collective Ireta Purhepecha. 

Where Roses Grow: Rooted Reflections Road Map Project

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

Where Roses Grow-  A podcast spotlighting the roses in Muckleshoot Land, known as Auburn, Washington. The roses seen in this project, are those who in the past or presently engage with anti-racism work and community organizing in Auburn. This platform combines contemporary forms of storytelling while honoring the traditional ways of teaching by expressing lived experiences and allowing for a collective narrative to be conveyed. Where Roses Grow is hosted by Erandy Flores-Bucio, a Purhepecha in the diaspora who grew up in South King County, she is currently a student at the University of Washington and a member of the collective Ireta Purhepecha. 

    Mis Jardineros

    Mis Jardineros

    Donde Crecen las Rosas- un podcast que destaca las rosas en Muckleshoot Land, conocida como Auburn, Washington. Las rosas que se escuchan en este proyecto son aquellas que en el pasado o en el presente se han comprometido con el trabajo antirracismo y trabajo comunitario en Auburn. Esta plataforma combina formas contemporáneas de narración de historias y al tiempo que honra las formas tradicionales de enseñanza al expresar experiencias vividas, permitiendo que se transmita una narrativa...

    • 1 hr 48 min
    Finding Sunrises

    Finding Sunrises

    Where Roses Grow- A podcast spotlighting the roses in Muckleshoot Land, known as Auburn, Washington. The roses heard in this project are those who in the past or present have engaged with anti-racism work and community organizing in Auburn. This platform combines contemporary forms of storytelling while honoring the traditional ways of teaching by expressing lived experiences and allowing for a collective narrative to be conveyed. In this episode, Finding Sunrises, host Erandy Flores-Bucio, s...

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Perspectives of an Indigenous Youth

    Perspectives of an Indigenous Youth

    Shane Moses is an Indigenous youth from the Muckleshoot, Warm Springs, and Modac tribes, who currently resides in the Muckleshoot reservation. This episode centers around his reflections on dealing with misconceptions/stereotypes, healing generational trauma, and the aspirations he has for other Indigenous youth.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Auburn Youth United

    Auburn Youth United

    Auburn Youth United is a group of youth that organize and advocate for immigrant rights and social justice. In this episode, 4 current organizers who were a part of the early days of this youth organization creation will sit down and reflect on their time in the Auburn School District. Reflections include the complications with identity, troubling school environments, and the advocacy that was done to enact change. Tune in and hear from Taina Troncoso, Fatima Prado, Juana Ro...

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Uplifting Pacific Islander Youth

    Uplifting Pacific Islander Youth

    Sarleen and Biel are both Pacific Islander youth from Chuuk and Marshall Islands. Both are graduates of West Auburn High school who currently reside in South Auburn. In their journey they got connected to local youth mentors who uplifted them to reach their goals, in return, they hope to do the same for other youth in their communities. In this episode, we will find out more about their upbringing, the work they do as organizers and gain insight into how it was like for them to grow up in Was...

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Black Youth Leadership Coalition

    Black Youth Leadership Coalition

    Carrie and Joy are first-generation Liberia-American and Ghana-American students from Lea Hill, Auburn. Along with other students from Auburn Mountainview, they created the Black Youth Leadership Coalition as a direct result of marches across the United States to end violence and systematic racism against Black communities. Their advocacy brings a local perspective to these issues and centers around giving young people the space to speak out. In this episode, we will learn more about these am...

    • 1 hr 30 min

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