Farming As Generation Wealth

“Health is wealth my babies” – Alexis Hamilton. In Episode #7 Alexis shares with us a bit about working with Growing Hope an urban farm collective in Michigan serving predominantly Black and Brown families.

Sustainability Abroad

Tiffany Pauls is rising senior at Davidson College in North Carolina, with roots in Maryland. In this episode she discusses her experience studying sustainability abroad, in connection to climate justice. Episode available on Spotify & Soundcloud!

Mauna Kea: Protecting Sacred Lands

Alanna Miyashiro is an Indigenous Hawaiian scholar, at the University of Hawaii in Manoa, Honolulu. In this episode we discuss the current manifestations happening at Mauna Kea, Hawaii in oposition to the development of a Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on the Indigenous sacred lands. Below are resources to donate and support the protection of Mauna … Continue reading Mauna Kea: Protecting Sacred Lands

Sustainability But Make It Fashion

Episode 3 highlights the thesis work of Jazlyn Marcos, founder and editor in chief of Generation Eco. Her undergrad thesis focuses on ethical clothing, and the barriers university students face in understanding and participating in ethical consumption of clothing. Episode available on Spotify & Soundcloud

Rejecting the Environmentalist Label

In this episode, Nina Tran a queer first-generation student of color discusses the different experiences in her life that have made them reject at times the environmentalist label. What defines an environmentalist? Do you as a person of color identify as an environmentalist? Episode available on Spotify & Soundcloud

La Fresa de Rancho

For the introduction episode to Raíces Verdes, I will be discussing what it means to be a Fresa de Rancho, and why I chose the name Raíces Verdes for the podcast! Episode available on Spotify & Soundcloud