CJA launched its first podcast series: Stories from Home: Living the Just Transition. In this inaugural episode, hosted by youth organizer and artist, Keenan Rhodes of the Kheprw Institute in Indianapolis, we chat with CJA member organizations, creators and the frontline communities spotlighted in our new Story Snapshots project, launching next week.
The podcast series will air monthly and spans across landscapes and languages to provide the listener with experiences from the often overlooked but extremely valuable climate justice work of everyday people, as they decolonize through cooking, paint future visions on the page, build family, take back food systems and more.
Over the next few months, we’ll be airing Stories from Home to provide a behind the scenes look at Story Snapshots from the Indigenous Environmental Network (global), Micronesia Climate Change Alliance (Guam), Southwest Organizing Project (Albuquerque, NM), and GreenRoots (Boston, MA). The full episode schedule is below.
Episode 1 – Feb. 18, 2020
Stories from Home: An introduction to the Story Snapshots project from the frontlines of the climate crisis.
Episode 2 – Feb. 25, 2020
What Thriving Communities Look Like with the Indigenous Environmental Network
Episode 3 – Mar. 24, 2020
The Heart of Guam Through Sustainable Recipes with the Micronesia Climate Change Alliance
Episode 4 – Apr. 21, 2020
Family Portraits of Eastie, Boston and What Earth Day Means for Frontline Communities with GreenRoots
Episode 5 – May 12, 2020
Intergenerational Gardening and Food Sovereignty with Southwest Organizing Project
Episode 6 – June 23, 2020
Snapshots Roundtable: Cross Pollinating Just Transition