Intersectional Education: Overcoming Book Bans
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by IE Team
1y ago
On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing books and the ongoing fight for truth and inclusion in education, publishing, and storytelling ..read more
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Ecosystem Restoration + Mending Our Relationship with Nature
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by IE Team
1y ago
On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing ecosystem restoration and its importance in protecting and providing for people + balancing the earth’s natural resource cycles. Centuries of irresponsible human actions have caused massive-scale environmental degradation and biodiversity loss that is contributing to current environmental harm experienced by people and the planet. Ecosystem restoration work not only has the power to protect people and preserve our planet, but it has the potential to mend cultural and historical relationships with nature. This episode is brought to you by our ..read more
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Regenerative Agriculture + Decolonizing Food Systems
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by IE Team
1y ago
This episode covers regenerative agriculture through an intersectional lens. While many agricultural practices have had detrimental impacts on the land, especially coupled with the impacts of climate change, there ARE practices that support a more beneficial way to grow food, repair soil, and restore landscapes. Regenerative agriculture covers a variety of practices— from agroforestry to ecological grazing, permaculture, and others— but the main function is to replicate how natural ecosystems work ..read more
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Radically Imagining a Better Future
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by IE Team
1y ago
The Joy Report team wanted to take a moment to invite you all to radically imagine a better future with us, because doing so might be the exact antidote we need right now. “As an organization, Intersectional Environmentalist is working on being the change we hope to see, by contributing to the larger movement of individuals radically imagining a better future. We want to hold space for art, joy, rest, and community, and invite anyone interested in joining us, to do so.” - @kiana.kaz ..read more
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Nature is for Everyone: Equity in the Outdoors
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by IE Team
2y ago
Nature is nurturing. As we cope with an unraveling of an imperialist governance structure + reimagine what a liberated future looks like for us all, it’s only natural to seek solace + grounding from nature. We need to keep natural spaces accessible to all. Tap in to the 6th episode of The Joy Report to learn about the organizations and heroes fighting for equity + inclusion in the outdoors "The Joy Report" is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about climate solutions and environmental justice grounded in intersectionality, optimism, and joy. Tune in to hear stories and updates on all thin ..read more
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Labor Organizing + How It Intersects with Environmental Justice
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by IE Team
2y ago
On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing the labor movement in the U.S. and how its legacy, and its current momentum, is linked to the fight for environmental justice. "The Joy Report" is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about climate solutions and environmental justice grounded in intersectionality, optimism, and joy. Tune in to hear stories and updates on all things climate, social, and environmental justice explained in a succinct, accessible way by Arielle King (@ariellevking), an environmental justice advocate and attorney passionate about environmental education. ✍?Scri ..read more
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LandBack + Aboriginal Australian Land Management
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by IE Team
2y ago
On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing the LandBack movement and why Indigenous wisdom and stewardship techniques are essential to protecting people + the planet. "The Joy Report" is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about climate solutions and environmental justice grounded in intersectionality, optimism, and joy. Tune in to hear stories and updates on all things climate, social, and environmental justice explained in a succinct, accessible way by Arielle King (@ariellevking), an environmental justice advocate and attorney passionate about environmental education. ✍?Script ..read more
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Plant Based Diets + their Cultural Significances
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by IE Team
2y ago
On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing the benefits of plant-based diets for people and planet, their history, and how some cultures are using plant-based food to reconnect to their cultural heritage. "The Joy Report" is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about climate solutions and environmental justice grounded in intersectionality, optimism, and joy. Tune in to hear stories and updates on all things climate, social, and environmental justice explained in a succinct, accessible way by Arielle King (@ariellevking), an environmental justice advocate and attorney passionate ab ..read more
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Black Hemp Farmers, Cannabis Justice, and Demanding Reparations
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by IE Team
2y ago
SEASON 1: EPISODE 2 On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing how environmental justice + liberation can be advanced through cannabis decriminalization, legalization, + intentional investments. We navigate this conversion through storytelling of NYC restorative justice efforts for the cannabis industry + a Black-owned hemp farm creating a blueprint for a more equitable industry. "The Joy Report" is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about climate solutions + environmental justice grounded in intersectionality, optimism, + joy. Tune in to hear stories + updates on all things clim ..read more
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Joy in Movement Building
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by IE Team
2y ago
On this episode of The Joy Report, we’re discussing the importance of joy— specifically, joy in activism, joy in advocacy, and joy in movement building. "The Joy Report" is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about climate solutions and environmental justice grounded in intersectionality, optimism, and joy. Tune in to hear stories and updates on all things climate, social, and environmental justice explained in a succinct, accessible way by Arielle King (@ariellevking), an environmental justice advocate and attorney passionate about environmental education. ✍?Script by @ariellevking ..read more
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