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Zero Hour Talks
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Imagining the future through art
Art is a powerful tool for imagining a sustainable future for our world. In this episode of Zero Hour, members of the music team talk about how they use music and visual art to get people thinking about the climate crisis and what we can do together to solve it. This episode of Zero Hour Talks was produced and edited by Goal 17 Media and is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify.
26 minutes | 5 months ago
It’s time for our generation to rock the vote! On this week’s edition of Zero Hour Talks, join our host Kaylah and special guest Natalie Mebane as they lead a conversation about the upcoming Vote 4 Our Future Campaign, as well as speak about the history of voter suppression and its lasting impacts today.
37 minutes | 5 months ago
Happy Pride Week!
Happy Pride Week! Join us as our host Kaylah Brathwaite, along with guests Jamie Margolin and Devin Halbal lead us through an open conversation about everything pride-related. From a segment on the history of pride itself to a discussion on its commercialization at the hands of capitalism, and finally, some closing questions to reflect on, you don’t want to miss out on this edition of Zero Hour Talks.
27 minutes | 5 months ago
Misogynoir and Climate Justice
In this episode of Zero Hour Talks our host Kaylah Brathwaite is joined by two guests, Zeena Abdulkarim of Zero Hour and Jameka Hodnett of 350.org, to explain misogynoir and further clarify the intersections of racial, gender, and climate justice. Join Zero Hour as we unpack the importance of listening to black leadership and why solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community is essential to all of our liberation fights!
42 minutes | 6 months ago
Black Lives Matter
In this episode of Zero Hour Talks our host Kaylah Brathwaite, and our guest, Yolian Ogbu, call on the power of people everywhere to fight against our oppressive establishment. We also hear from musician Cameron Nino about his experiences since the death of George Floyd and songs from his recent EP.
29 minutes | 6 months ago
Did you know that animal agriculture corporations are destroying our ecosystems?
In this episode of Zero Hour Talks, hosts Kaylah Brathwaite and Nadia Nazar speaks about Animal Agriculture and the farming corporations’ impact on the environment. We will also be joined by Dr. Sailesh Rao the Founder and Executive Director of Climate Healers, a non-profit dedicated to healing the Earth’s climate.
17 minutes | 7 months ago
Join the fight against colonialism
Indigenous people have suffered horribly since white settlers first set foot in North America. Join Zero Hour as we raise awareness and fight for the rights of the true Americans in this special edition of Zero Hour talks.
39 minutes | 8 months ago
Smash The Patriarchy (Guys, we need you too!)
In the new episode of Zero Hour Talks - the official podcast of Zero Hour - join our fierce Directors Arielle Martinez Cohen, Khristen Hamilton and Sohayla Eldeeb for an in depth and brutally honest conversation about why it's so important to smash the patriarchy, enable strong women and topple the systems of oppression that affect all aspect of our lives from climate to the economy.
37 minutes | 8 months ago
Real talk about racism
In this week's edition of Zero Hour Talks, join three beautiful women of color for some real talk about racism. Kaylah Brathwaite is an 18-year-old climate organizer and the Director of Operations for Zero Hour living in Charlotte, NC. Zeena Abdulkarim is an 18-year old activist from Atlanta who works on the advocacy and finance team for Zero Hour. Anaiah Thomas is an 18-year old high school senior in New Jersey and the deputy finance director for Zero Hour.
20 minutes | 8 months ago
Big News: We're not slowing down for coronavirus - Join our all digital campaign
We might be quarantined, but we're launching a full on digital campaign! Zero Hour's Nadia Nazar, Natalie Sweet, and Andrea Manning detail our plans for our new weekly digital series featuring online workshops, open mics, podcasts and more.
32 minutes | 8 months ago
How we're coping with coronavirus quarantine and keeping the climate movement going
In the premier episode of Zero Hour Talks, Zero Hour co-founders Jamie Margolin in Seattle, Zanagee Artis in Connecticut and Nadia Nazar in Baltimore come together remotely to share how they're coping with the coronavirus quarantine, offer their insights, valuable information and inspiration, and discuss how we can keep the climate movement going despite being stuck in our home.
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