Climate Justice, Y'all

Climate Justice, Y'all

Latest Episodes

S3E6: Climate Solutions: Healing People and the Planet with Knellee Bisram and Piero Falci
November 30, 2023

This week, join hosts Marshah and Abigail in their transformative conversation with Knellee Bisram and Piero Falci from AHAM Education as they teach us about the practicality of mindfulness and []

S3E5: Climate Solutions at the State, Local, and Community Levels with Dr. Jairo Garcia
November 16, 2023

In this weeks episode, co-hosts Abigail and Marshah have an honest conversation with Dr. Jairo Garcia about the need and obstacles of climate adaptation at the state and local levels. []

S3E4: Climate Solutions: Indigenous Disaster Resilience with Clarice Friloux of the United Houma Nation
November 02, 2023

New episode alert! Join us for a captivating discussion on Climate Solutions: Indigenous Disaster Resilience with Clarice Friloux of the United Houma Nation. The Native American communities are on

S3E3: Climate Solutions: Mutual Aid 101 with Leah Campbell and Morris Mock from Mississippi Rising Coalition
October 19, 2023

New Episode Alert! In this episode, Abigail and Marshah bring in folks from Mississippi Rising Coalition to discuss mutual aid as a holistic tool to strengthen community resiliency against systemic [

S3E2: Climate Solutions: Heal Yourself To Heal The Planet With Bevelyn Ukah, Jodi Lasseter, and Connie Leeper
October 05, 2023

Join the CJY hosts, Abigail and Mareshah, as they dive into the powerful concept of "wounded healers" and the essential practice of addressing our own triggers while doing transformative work. "Person

S3E1: How We Got Here- Reflecting Season 2 with Co-Hosts Maréshah Malcom and Abigail Franks
September 21, 2023

In this episode, we do something different and have Executive Directors Alex Easdale, Reverend Michael Malcom, and Michael Hansen from SCEN, GASP, and Peoples Justice Council interview our hosts Mar

S2 E16: The Kids Are All Right (Part III) with Jasmine Butler
January 05, 2023

Jasmine Butler (they/them) was born and raised in Memphis by way of deep Mississippi roots. Theyre a Black queer writer, educator, and afrofuturist-abolitionist deeply committed to collective liberat

S2 E15: The Kids Are All Right (Part II) with Libre X. Sankara
January 05, 2023

Libre X. Sankara is a Afro-Boricua poet(a), cultural worker, organizer, drummer, and popular educator. They currently live on Miccosukee, Seminole & Tequesta land (Miami, FL) and organize with Troika

S2 E14: The Kids Are All Right (Part I) with Justin J. Pearson
January 05, 2023

Justin J. Pearson is the fourth son of five boys born to teenage parents in Memphis, Tennessee. Justin J. graduated from Mitchell High School as Valedictorian and Bowdoin College in []

S2 E13: Indigenous Healing (Part 2) with Maya Henderson
December 20, 2022

Maya B. Henderson is a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, and is also of Choctaw, German, and Welsh descent. Maya is a Ph.D. student in the Dept. of []