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Repost from @sogoreatelandtrust•𝓡𝓮𝓶𝓪𝓽𝓻𝓲𝓪𝓽𝓮 𝓽𝓱𝓮 𝓛𝓪𝓷𝓭Prints out now! Through collaboration with Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, co...
06/14/2021

Repost from @sogoreatelandtrust

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Prints out now! Through collaboration with Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, community members, land workers and artists, this painting was created to visualize a decolonized and rematriated landscape in deep East Oakland. Based on the concrete lined stormwater channel and tributary of San Leandro Creek that runs adjacent to the first piece of land returned to Indigenous stewardship in the territory, this vision imagines a restoration of relationships informed by Indigenous led land return work, social justice dreams, research, oral histories, geography and geomorphology. A return of life to this channel -- excavated into stolen lands, paved, and barren of all vegetation and aquatic life after years of city contracts with Monsanto to spray the banks with pesticide -- calls for restoration of more than riparian ecosystems. Distinct from many river restoration practices that may focus on native plantings or large wood installment, rematriation requires a societal change in behavior and relationship, in addition to changes to the physical condition…. Beautiful limited edition 12 x 12 giclee print of watercolor illustration of restored and rematriated creek with process descriptions included. Watercolor by @maisie.made.it in collaboration with Sogorea Te’ Land Trust. Proceeds to benefit Indigenous women led land return. etsy.me/3cF2Bvv #RealRestoration #Rematriatetheland #Rematraitethewater #Regenerate #riparianecosystems #visualize #repair #Sogoreatelandtrust #urbanIndigenous #womenled #landreturn #returntoland
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Check out our new podcast Did We Go Too Far? Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo get up close and personal in a bonus episode! T...
05/26/2021

Check out our new podcast Did We Go Too Far? Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo get up close and personal in a bonus episode! They discuss astrology, returning to ancestral practices, their friendship, how they feel about the podcast and COVID. Overall some yummy chisme. Click the link in @MovementGenerations’ bio to listen!
#DWGTF #JustTransition #MovementGeneration

Check out our new podcast Did We Go Too Far? Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo get up close and personal in a bonus episode! They discuss astrology, returning to ancestral practices, their friendship, how they feel about the podcast and COVID. Overall some yummy chisme. Click the link in @MovementGenerations’ bio to listen!
#DWGTF #JustTransition #MovementGeneration

Yes! We LOVE THIS!!Repost from @q***rs4climatejustice•Thank you @climateresilienceproject for the shoutout on this BEAUT...
05/07/2021

Yes! We LOVE THIS!!

Repost from @q***rs4climatejustice

Thank you @climateresilienceproject for the shoutout on this BEAUTIFUL illustrated intro to q***r ecologies with the powerful words of q***r ecojustice project co-founder @desidezmg

05/03/2021

Zero Waste Daniel is a New York based clothing designer and zero-waste lifestyle pioneer who uses pre-consumer waste sourced from New York City’s garment industry, as well as other hard-to-recycle materials, to create his line of genderless clothing and accessories that send nothing to landfills. His story and brand first went viral in 2017. Today, Daniel continues to inspire change and make headlines by growing the mission of ending waste culture and redefining the meaning of “sustainable design” as a call to action for all who wish to participate. To date, his projects have been featured on CNN, Reuters, Interview Magazine, and The New York Times.

Listen to Zero Waste Daniel in dialogue with Movement Generation’s Deseree Fontenot & Curly V of Pero Like in
I Love That” An Episode On #Q***rEcology & Fashion.

There’s so much in this episode, you may need to listen more than once! Are you listening with your friends or fam? Have you been talking about q***r ecology & fashion? What queries or inspiration has this episode sparked in your conversations?

Listen now: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

#fashion #DWGTF #WeRiseProduction #ZeroWaste #ZeroWasteDaniel #SustainableFashion #ZeroWasteLifeStyle

Did We Go Too Far? was on the radio last Friday on KPFA Radio's Full Circle. Tré & Layel highlight potent clips from the...
04/30/2021
Full Circle 04 - 23 - 2021 Movement Generation Podcast Did We Go Too Far

Did We Go Too Far? was on the radio last Friday on KPFA Radio's Full Circle. Tré & Layel highlight potent clips from the season and discuss q***ring the podcast, centering BIPOC voices, and all we have to gain in decolonizing ourselves. If you missed it you can listen here!

Season 1 of our podcast Did We Go Too Far? is on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Spreaker.

#DWGTF https://soundcloud.com/full-circle-kpfa/full-circle-04-23-2021?in=full-circle-kpfa/sets/full-circle-04-23-2021-did-we-go-to-far-podcast

Welcome to Full Circle, your Cultural Affairs radio magazine produced by members and Graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. Tonight we will be collaborating with one of our own graduate

04/27/2021

How does Q***r Ecology show up in your life? From self-expression to absolutely liberatory experiences, host Layel Camargo reflects on the possibilities fashion can offer us as beings of this planet.

MG collective member Deseree Fontenot, Curly V, & Zero Waste Daniel join this inspiring conversation in the latest episode of Did We Go Too Far? Our podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts & Spreaker.

Listen to "I Love That" An Episode On Q***r Ecology & Fashion now: www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #DWGTF #fashion #WeRiseProduction

04/26/2021

Hear more from Curly V on the latest podcast episode of Did We Go Too Far?

Curly Velasquez is an actor, content creator and artist who celebrates all things Latinx and beautiful. He began his career in fashion working for celebrity photographer David LaChapelle, and design icon Jeremy Scott before starting his own line. By the age of 25, he was celebrated as one of the “IT” designers in LA by H&M and directed a music video for Interscope records. Curly produces and appears in BuzzFeed’s Latinx division: Pero Like You can also see Curly on Starz’s VIDA (Seasons 2 and 3) and Netflix’s documentary Mucho Mucho Amor.

What does #Q***rEcology, fierce fashion and our relationship to the living world have in common? MG collective member Deseree Fontenot, Curly V, & Zero Waste Daniel join hosts Layel & Tré in the latest episode "I Love That" An Episode On Q***r Ecology & Fashion. Did We Go Too Far? is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts & Spreaker.

Listen now: www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #DWGTF #fashion #WeRiseProduction

Tune in tonight! Hosts Tré & Layel will join Frank & Cat of on KPFA Radio's Full Circle to talk about our podcast Did We...
04/23/2021

Tune in tonight! Hosts Tré & Layel will join Frank & Cat of on KPFA Radio's Full Circle to talk about our podcast Did We Go Too Far? There will be highlights from some of the episodes and they get into some juicy dialogue about q***ring the podcast, centering BIPOC voices, and all we have to gain in decolonizing ourselves.

Join us tonight 🎙 Friday 4/23 7PM-8PM on 94.1FM or at kpfa.org!!!

If you miss tonight, the episode will be archived at kpfa.org ✨.

🎧 Did We Go Too Far? is up on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & Spreaker.

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#Q***rItUp #KPFA #FullCircle #CulturalProduction #MovementGeneration #podcast #NewPodcast #JustTransition #AudioProduction #WeRiseProduction

Deseree Fontenot is a collective member of Movement Generation: Justice & Ecology Project and co-founder of the Q***r Ec...
04/23/2021

Deseree Fontenot is a collective member of Movement Generation: Justice & Ecology Project and co-founder of the Q***r EcoJustice Project. Deseree’s movement work is focused on black land and liberation, climate justice and q***ring ecological education. She grew up between Southwest Louisiana and the Los Angeles area and has been living in Huichin for the last decade. She loves to nerd out about plants, creole food and culture, and cats.

Hear Deseree guide us through #Q***rEcology in the newest episode of Did We Go Too Far?! Listen now ⚡️: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Did We Go Too Far? is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts & Spreaker.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

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#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #DWGTF #WeRiseProduction

Deseree Fontenot is a collective member of Movement Generation: Justice & Ecology Project and co-founder of the Q***r EcoJustice Project. Deseree’s movement work is focused on black land and liberation, climate justice and q***ring ecological education. She grew up between Southwest Louisiana and the Los Angeles area and has been living in Huichin for the last decade. She loves to nerd out about plants, creole food and culture, and cats.

Hear Deseree guide us through #Q***rEcology in the newest episode of Did We Go Too Far?! Listen now ⚡️: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Did We Go Too Far? is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts & Spreaker.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

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#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #DWGTF #WeRiseProduction

04/22/2021
"Let's Go Farther" with MG: A Live Post-Podcast Discussion: Episode 5

Join the MG crew for a live post-podcast discussion! We’ll share drinks, laughs, opinions, and analysis of Episode 5: “I Love That” An Episode On Q***r Ecology & Fashion.

ASL interpretation and live captioning will be available.**

This will be a view-only event. Folks will be invited to ask questions via chat.

Live captioning and ASL interpretation will be available.

To watch via Zoom, register here:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DWdfMOWkTqOD9n0VKoBO2w

To watch via Facebook Live, visit our FB page:
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**We encourage folks accessing the ASL interpretation to watch the discussion via Zoom

Episode 4 of Did We Go Too Far? Is available on Apple iTunes, Spotify, & Spreaker - www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

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Episode 5 “I Love That” An Episode On Q***r Ecology & Fashion with Deseree Fontenot, Curly V & Zero Waste Daniel is up now! What does q***r ecology, fierce fashion and our relationship to the living world have in common? On this episode, we will have you saying ‘I Love That’ when you hear and explore with us the intricate details of how our world got to be so fu**ed up and complex yet stay so amazingly gay. We’ll hear from our guests how q***r and trans communities have been a consistent force in pushing the margins in the fashion world and beyond. We’ll get into how pushing margins in relationship to binaries and boxes also connects to our responsibility to liberation for frontlines communities and the Earth (divesting from exploitative industries, sweatshops, ecological impacts of waste, shifting cultures of body policing & Euro-centric beauty standards) and that above all else expression and identity are essential to our liberation.

Full transcript of Episode 5: http://bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

“I Love That” An Episode On Q***r Ecology & Fashion is up now!Movement Generation’s Deseree Fontenot, Curly V & Zero Was...
04/20/2021

“I Love That” An Episode On Q***r Ecology & Fashion is up now!

Movement Generation’s Deseree Fontenot, Curly V & Zero Waste Daniel join us for Did We Go Too Far? podcast episode 5.

What does #Q***rEcology, fierce fashion and our relationship to the living world have in common? On this episode, we will have you saying ‘I Love That’ when you hear and explore with us the intricate details of how our world got to be so fu**ed up and complex yet stay so amazingly gay. We’ll hear from our guests how q***r and trans communities have been a consistent force in pushing the margins in the fashion world and beyond. We’ll get into how pushing margins in relationship to binaries and boxes also connects to our responsibility to liberation for frontlines communities and the Earth (divesting from exploitative industries, sweatshops, ecological impacts of waste, shifting cultures of body policing & Euro-centric beauty standards) and that above all else expression and identity are essential to our liberation.

Listen now: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Did We Go Too Far? is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts & Spreaker.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep5

As always, you are invited to join us for Let's Go Farther: A Live Post-Podcast Discussion for Episode 5 "I Love That" to dive deeper into Episode 5, Wednesday 4/21 at 5pm via Facebook Live & Zoom!

04/20/2021

Karissa Lewis has a Public Service Announcement regarding vegans in Episode 4 of Did We Go Too Far?! While this episode is about #LiberatedCommunities, you’re gonna get gems throughout our discussions.

Morning Star Gali & Karissa Lewis join MG members Tré & Layel for an illuminating conversation on liberated communities, the vegan community, re-matriation, and so much more!

Listen now⚡️: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Did We Go Too Far? is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts & Spreaker.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep4

#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #DWGTF #TransformativeJustice #WeRiseProduction

“It’s in some ways this utopian dream to go out and be able to purchase land to live communally, but we also have to fig...
04/16/2021

“It’s in some ways this utopian dream to go out and be able to purchase land to live communally, but we also have to figure out within our urban environments...what that means for urban farms, for collective growing, for just taking it over...just being creative with it in the sense of having those infrastructures in place for ourselves because we know that we can’t rely on these larger heteronormative structures that don’t serve us.” -Morning Star Gali speaking on #DWGTF Episode 4 Liberated Communities

Morning Star Gali is a member of the Ajumawi band of the Pit River and the northeastern California. Since 2007, she has served as the community liaison coordinator for the International Indian Treaty Council working for the sovereignty and self-determination of indigenous peoples and the recognition and protection of indigenous rights, treaties, traditional cultures, and sacred land.

Morning Star Gali & Karissa Smith join hosts Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo for an illuminating conversation on liberated communities.

Listen now: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Did We Go Too Far? is also available on Spotify & Apple Podcasts.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep4

#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #LiberatedCommunities #TransformativeJustice #WeRiseProduction

“It’s in some ways this utopian dream to go out and be able to purchase land to live communally, but we also have to figure out within our urban environments...what that means for urban farms, for collective growing, for just taking it over...just being creative with it in the sense of having those infrastructures in place for ourselves because we know that we can’t rely on these larger heteronormative structures that don’t serve us.” -Morning Star Gali speaking on #DWGTF Episode 4 Liberated Communities

Morning Star Gali is a member of the Ajumawi band of the Pit River and the northeastern California. Since 2007, she has served as the community liaison coordinator for the International Indian Treaty Council working for the sovereignty and self-determination of indigenous peoples and the recognition and protection of indigenous rights, treaties, traditional cultures, and sacred land.

Morning Star Gali & Karissa Smith join hosts Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo for an illuminating conversation on liberated communities.

Listen now: https://www.spreaker.com/show/did-we-go-too-far

Did We Go Too Far? is also available on Spotify & Apple Podcasts.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/DWGTF-S1-Ep4

#MovementGeneration #JustTransition #LiberatedCommunities #TransformativeJustice #WeRiseProduction

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I am humbled and energized as I watch your course correction #3.
We’ve got more rad people to introduce to you!!! Our theme music for Did We Go Too Far? comes from Movement Generation’s founder Mateo Nube’s band Los Nadies and the song was mixed by decolonial DJ Zanda Pemba, founder of DiaspoRADiCAL. As we said before, the podcast production team is equally as badass as the podcast itself and the music is even better! Los Nadies who composed the song on the podcast, weaves together a wide array of Latin American rhythms with rock, creating a unique and sophisticated danceable fusion that includes Rumba Flamenca, Cumbia, Afro-Cuban and more. Their music often mirrors and reflects the Latino experience in a globalized US, with immigrant roots. Los Nadies, or The Nobodies, take their name from the eponymous poem/essay by Uruguayan historian Eduardo Galeano decrying the invisibility cast upon the millions of dispossessed people around the world. Needless to say Los Nadies creates and represents our people and not short of creating for fun, joy and sheer musicianship. Zanda of @Diaspo.RADICAL is decolonial DJ, musician, and sound artivist who features musicians from all over the world on the DiaspoRADICAL Live. (mixcloud.com/DiaspoRadical). Here’s a quote from Zanda: “We build emotional bridges and bonds between people from all walks, taking extra care to give the mic to those in our (global) community rarely heard of/from. We bring the soundtrack to your events whether it is in community spaces, event spaces, or people's homes. Most recently, because we cannot go to the aforementioned physical event spaces, we have been putting out some live radio programs. Our goals are to entertain and to educate (raise the consciousness of) our listeners using sound as our chief medium of operation”. #DWGTF is truly #blessed to have these creatives in the mix!
https://conference.bioneers.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/2020-Speakers-Promo2-CloseUps2.jpg I'm super jazzed for this offering that's timely, radical and systemic...and accessible! Sliding scale, scholarships available, and the keynotes and panels will be up through 12/31. And afternoon Interactive sessions (Councils and Community Conversations) will be hot. and MG will be presenting! Hope you'll check it out and visit!
Wisconsin taxpayers are underwriting THIS???
Awesome work
soooo... i hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that artificial tree thing from North Pole's season 1 is actually a thing now (see comments for reference). just like in the show, sounds like they plan to partner w/ oil companies and other sh*tty companies.
GOP & Trump lies make for misinformed voting: The fairness doctrine of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), introduced in 1949, was a policy that required the holders of broadcast licenses to both present controversial issues of public importance and to do so in a manner that was—in the FCC's view—honest, equitable, and balanced. example: Fox News has an ALEXA popularity rating of 260,
Great artwork. Who did it? Could you please credit the artist/s? Thank you in solidarity.
💫CALLING ALL ARTISTS💫 Create with us! As the #CAFires continue, we look at #CulturalWorkers to help us create beyond the shock of the fire. #MoreThanAMask We ask that all artist and cultural workers create for the following vision: 1. Native Sovereignty includes proper fire prevention and land stewardship needed to prevent mass fires. 2. The People do it better; from supporting immigrant caravans to handing out face masks. We support each other better than any system has. 3. People Power is also taking back our energy power infrastructures we ask for a #NoBailOut of #PGE, what would an energy power system look like at the hands of the people? If any of these visions beyond the fires inspires you to create we invite all artists of all disciplines to create and post until Thursday November 22 tagging the hashtag #FireSeeds. Let’s inspire inspire long term solutions that will not only move towards less #ClimateFires but ACTUAL remediation of #California . . . We will be the seeds that grow the right path forward💚 #JustTransition #CaliforniaFires #CAFire #NewNormal #FireEcology #ToxicMasKulinity #ActOnClimate