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Stories from Home: Living the Just Transition Podcast

Arts & Culture Podcasts

Podcast by Climate Justice Alliance

Podcast by Climate Justice Alliance

Location:

United States

Description:

Podcast by Climate Justice Alliance

Twitter:

@CJAOurPower

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 11 - Agroecology & Urban Farming in Philly with Soil Generation

9/15/2021
Soil Generation’s Shania Morris and filmmaker Joshua Mallory describe the heart of Soil Generation, a collective of Black and brown urban farmers in Philadelphia and the unique richness and challenge of creating their story snapshot, a 12-minute meditation on land, food, community, and relationship, amidst a global pandemic. Shania talks about how Just Transition is really a “just return” to our deep, fundamental, and intuitive relationship with land and community. For over seven years Soil...

Duration:00:37:57

Episode 10 - Reflections on Climate Justice with Angela Mahecha

3/20/2021
In this special, end-of-an-era episode, we get an inside peek into the thoughts and reflections of Angela Mahecha as she prepares to step down from a four-year tenure as Executive Director of Climate Justice Alliance. Keenan Rhodes chats with Angela at this seminal moment for her and for CJA as she prepares to move into other roles in the climate justice movement. Angela looks back on the past decade and her work as ED, the history of environmental justice and climate justice, plus she and...

Duration:00:48:45

Episode 9 - A look at Community Wealth with the Kheprw Institute in Indianapolis

12/11/2020
This episode turns the tables on Stories from Home’s usual podcast host Keenan Rhodes! Join our guest host, Micronesia Climate Change Alliance’s Moñeka de Oro, in a conversation with Keenan on Kheprw Institute’s philosophy and approach to art, future vision and community empowerment. As a life-long member of the Kheprw community, Keenan digs into Kheprw’s history and his own development as a filmmaker and storyteller. Plus, he reveals the significance of the scarab beetle featured in...

Duration:00:45:36

Episode 8 - Public Banking in California with PODER

11/20/2020
“If we change how the money flows, away from corporations who harm us, and towards what sustains us -- wow, that’s a game changer.” - Charlie Sciammas of PODER In this episode, Yuki Kidokoro, the Reinvest Project Director at Climate Justice Alliance, chats with organizers Charlie Sciammas and Reina Tello of People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights (PODER) about public banking. What is public banking anyway? How does it build a better future for our communities? Join us...

Duration:00:36:08

Episode 7 - Intergenerational Farming & Food Sovereignty with SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP)

11/13/2020
In this episode, Keenan Rhodes chats with filmmaker John Acosta, editor Rob Nakai and Rodrigo Rodriguez, the Food Justice Field Organizer at SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP). Calling in from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where SWOP is based, they talk about their own backgrounds in film and social justice, and the documentary they collaborated on for SWOP and the Climate Justice Alliance’s Story Snapshots project. The film, which can be seen on CJA’s Story Snapshots website, digs into the...

Duration:00:43:23

Episodio 6 - Esperanza, Un retrato del Este de Boston y Justicia del Lenguaje

9/4/2020
“¿Por qué en el 2020 seguimos construyendo infraestructura de alto riesgo en una comunidad de justicia ambiental? En este capítulo nuestro presentador Keenan Rhodes habla con les organizadores Gabriela Cartagena y Noemy Rodríguez sobre el Story Snapshot de GreenRoots: Esperanza: The Heart of Eastie (El Corazón de Eastie), un cortometraje que documenta la lucha de una comunidad por ser incluida en la toma de decisiones en sus vecindarios y tres retratos de familias de la comunidad de East...

Duration:00:52:22

Episode 5 - Esperanza, A Portrait of East Boston and Language Justice

9/3/2020
“Why are we still building high risk infrastructure in 2020 in an environmental justice community?” In this episode, host Keenan Rhodes chats with organizers Gabriela Cartagena and Noemy Rodriguez about GreenRoots’ story snapshot: a short film, Esperanza: The Heart of Eastie, documenting the community’s fight for inclusion in neighborhood decision-making and three portraits of families from the community of East Boston (“Eastie”). We talk about the importance of language justice, popular...

Duration:00:43:37

Episode 4 - The Heart of Guam: Sustainable Recipes with the Micronesia Climate Change Alliance

5/18/2020
In this episode, recorded in February, Keenan Rhodes talks with CHamoru activist Moñeka De Oro of the Micronesia Climate Change Alliance about their snapshot project and sustainable vegan cookbook, composed of recipes shared by women of Guam. Check out the snapshot, releasing May 19, here: https://storysnapshots.climatejusticealliance.org/ Learn more about/support the Micronesia Climate Change Alliance: https://micronesiaclimatechangealliance.com/ Buy the book here:...

Duration:00:42:43

Episode 3 - Reclaiming Our Future: Community Resilience in the Face of COVID-19

5/13/2020
Earlier this year, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world and pressed pause on society as it was before, forcing even the powers that be to confront how extractive behaviors have left a gaping hole where social safety nets should be. We are witnessing and demonstrating community resiliency, people power and the strength of Just Transitions as we reconnect with more intuitive ways of being, and as our neighbors and loved ones uplift one another and support each other through this struggle. In...

Duration:01:01:11

Episode 2 - What Thriving Communities Look Like With The Indigenous Environmental Network

2/25/2020
Host Keenan Rhodes with Jennifer Falcon from the Indigenous Environmental Network for a behind-the-scenes look at the creation and impetus behind their story snapshot, six graphic recordings by artist Arlo Iron Cloud representing the visions of six Indigenous folks from communities across Turtle Island (North America). View all the Story Snapshots at: https://storysnapshots.climatejusticealliance.org/ Learn more about the Indigenous Environmental Network: https://www.ienearth.org/ Read about...

Duration:00:44:09

Episode 1 - What Is Just Transition?

2/14/2020
Stories from Home: Living a Just Transition Episode 1 - What is Just Transition? What is a Just Transition? What do climate change solutions look like when they come from frontline communities at the intersections of art, culture, and social justice? The Climate Justice Alliance is thrilled to launch Stories from Home: Living the Just Transition, a behind-the-scenes podcast where host Keenan Rhodes deep dives into how creators and communities collaborate for climate justice storytelling in...

Duration:00:37:42

Stories from Home: Living the Just Transition Podcast - Episode 1 - What is a Just Transition?

2/12/2020
What is a Just Transition? What do climate change solutions look like when they come from frontline communities and the intersections of art, culture, and social justice? The Climate Justice Alliance is thrilled to launch Stories from Home: Living the Just Transition, a behind-the-scenes podcast where host Keenan Rhodes deep dives into how creators and communities collaborate for climate justice storytelling in the Story Snapshots project.

Duration:00:37:42