Ep 1: Where & Who We Are
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
Join Not My Generation in their new Podcast entitled "Root Causes," as we discuss the differing intersections of the fight to end gun violence with change makers from across the United States. In this episode, they discuss the Root Causes podcast, as well as how we firmly believe that Black Lives Matter ..read more
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Episode 3: Womxn & the Gun Violence Prevention Movement
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
The role that gender plays in the fight to end gun violence is immense. We must acknowledge the adversities that women and femme identifying individuals may have when trying to enter spaces of advocacy, as well as ensuring that there is an understanding of how differing identies are impacted by gun violence. Join the Root Causes team with Kathryn Fleisher, Executive Director of Not My Generation, and Madison Green, the Diversity and Inclusion co-Coordinator for the Maryland MFOL state team ..read more
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Episode 2: Black Liberation & Gun Violence Prevention
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
The fight for Black liberation heavily intertwines with the fight to end gun violence. Gun violence is a symptom of the social and systemic ways that Black people have been oppressed for hundreds of years. Daud Mumin and Fatimata Cham join Root Causes with Addison Moore to discuss the ways that the gun violence prevention movement can ensure it's fighting for the liberation of the Black people ..read more
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Episode 12: Gun Violence in the Latinx Community
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
Join the Root Causes team, as we talk about the intersections of Latinx identities, systemic inequalities, alternative forms of protest, and so much more with two amazing Latinx organizers: Ana Lemus and Andrea Gonalez ..read more
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Episode 11: Mental Health, Gun Violence, and Reforms
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
On this week's episode of Root Causes, we are joined by Andrea Brown and Nia Jones from the Black Mental Health Alliance. We discuss the connection between slavery and our U.S. institutions, ways in which the State has broken down our communities, as well as ways to prioritize the wellbeing of your whole community ..read more
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Episode 10: Climate Justice and Gun Violence Prevention
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
The ways in which climate justice is intertwined with gun violence prevention is many, but do we talk about this enough? Join the Root Causes team with Shiv Goel and Rohan Arora, as we discuss the climate justice movement, systemic racism, capitalism, and so much more on this weeks episode of Root Causes ..read more
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Episode 9: Abolition is Gun Violence Prevention
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
Abolition, gun violence, and how we can bring about the collective liberation of all peoples. Both Elijah Nichols and Addison Moore strip back their guards and make it clear that the fight to end state violence is a cause that the gun violence prevention movement must boldly take on-- despite pushback ..read more
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Episode 8: Voter Suppression and Gun Violence Prevention
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
At the root of movements, which focus on the call for specific legislative and systematic changes, we have a power struggle: those who need change and those who wish to keep power. Join the hosts of Root Causes, as they discuss voter suppression and engagement with two dedicated organizers: Henry Hicks and Monét Ballard ..read more
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Episode 7: Class Oppression & Movement Work
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
The reality of class division and the breakdown of the community is how the ruling class win. Can you join Betsy Leondar-Wright from Class Action and the Root Causes team, as we explore how classism affects movement spaces and how we can ensure a multi-class, multi-race, multi-generational movement to end all forms of oppression ..read more
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Episode 6: Movement Politics in the 21st Century
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by Addison Moore, Elijah Nichols, Olivia Marlowe
1y ago
Movement politics get's things done. Join the Root Causes team, as well as Aalayah Eastmond, a Team Enough Executive Council Member and the Concerned Citizens DC Co-Founder/ Co Organizer, as well as Ty Hobson-Powell, a lead organizer with Concerned Citizens DC and 51for51, as they discuss movement politics and it's power in the 21st century ..read more
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