Sex Drugs and Sustainability
About This Show
Long time friends Sonya and Anza get together to chat about all things sustainability--where sustainability is more than just recycling and solar panels.
This podcast works towards creating a socially just world through diverse discussions with kick ass guests.
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Episode [2.4] - let me start with my own ignorance
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We’ve got another absolutely sustainable and totally kickass episode ready for your listening pleasure! Start out with a quick check-in with Sonya and Anza, who are having some college flash-backs while sending out a bunch o’ love in the wake of all the tragedy in world. Then, follow it up with a timely conversation with author, Alison Ownings.Alison has been writing books that dig into circles and cultures that are often over looked. In light of the recent #NODAPL, her most recent book, “Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans” seems more important than ever. Alison talks about her experience of researching and writing the book as a non-native who didn’t know much about native cultures before starting the project. She also shares how non-native people (Yes! You!) can be better allies (Guess what! It’s super easy: JUST LISTEN!) to native people. Resources: Alison Ownings – http://www.alisonowings.com/author/about/Indian Voices – (you can find it on Amazon, but consider supporting your local bookstore instead!) https://books.google.com/books?id=LzWBOcLR36cC&lpg=PP1&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false As always a big thanks to Bret Eagleston for the fab music. More of his stuff at: www.breteagleston.com