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Apr 28, 2021

In this episode Tonika talks about the change she is making to desegregate Chicago through community education, policy reform, and engagement with her non-profit, the Folded Map Project. The Folded Map Project explores the present day impact of Chicago's historic segregation, showing how you can have two different kinds...


Apr 20, 2021

In this episode, Vava gives us the inside scoop on what it’s like to be a Kenyan producer in the coffee industry. She shares how local producers, farmers, and prospective entrepreneurs are kept from accessing fair pay and opportunities to participate in the coffee trade, because all of the major farmlands are owned by...


Apr 13, 2021

In this episode Weeze and Nazshonnii talk about how we can take accountability and give land back to Indigenous folks. It’s more than just googling a tribe and sharing the Federally recognized name of a trie. This process involves us doing our own research on our lineage to understand how communities were colonized...


Apr 6, 2021

In this second part of the episode, Weeze has a conversation with Sidewalk School’s Academic Director and Teacher, Rainier Rodriguez. Sidewalk School is an organization that educates and supports those facing displacement in the Matamoros Tent City, a refugee camp. Having been granted asylum in January 2020, Ray...