Are you ready to be inspired, provoked, and galvanized into action? Prepare yourself for a stimulating journey, as we kick-start Season 5 of Radical Imagination! I’m your host, Angela Glover Blackwell, and this season, we dive deep into the minds of activists, artists, educators, and leaders who are not just dreaming big but are also crafting innovative solutions for transformative change.
Our guests range from those using cutting-edge technology to preserve cultural languages and traditions, to educators pioneering an Afrofuturist high school curriculum. We explore movements to create land and housing justice and lift up the passionate young activists leading the charge toward a sustainable planet. Join us as we chart paths toward a radically inclusive, multiracial democracy, and envision a more equitable nation and a better world! Coming soon on Season 5 of Radical Imagination!
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In this season of Radical Imagination. We talk to visionary activists, organizers, artists, educators and leaders across generations who are mobilizing their communities, owning their power and driving transformative change. [Guest: We fight and we continue to fight and we still are fighting to this day to preserve our languages and our culture.] We'll meet people who understand the big problems facing our society and the deep structural roots of inequity and injustice, and who use that knowledge to dream big, create bold solutions and galvanize action. [Guest: An Afrofuturist high school curriculum in science and technology that centers Black innovators and has students imagine how they will create a better future. How do we look at what we're doing now as opposed to what has happened before, so that we can say this is going to allow us all to thrive?] An emerging movement to repair the harms of land and housing, injustices that stretch from colonial days to the present. [Guest: It doesn't matter if it's public housing or it's private housing or whatever it is. People have a connection to the place where they live and work and dream.] We'll talk about reconnecting black people with nature to spark joy, build community and foster healing. [Guest: In a not-so-distant past,, Black people were the owners and operators of lodges and resorts during the darkest times of American life for Black people.] We'll hear from dynamic young activists who were leading the way toward a healthy, sustainable planet and a thriving, radically inclusive, multiracial democracy. I'm your host, Angela Glover Blackwell. I'm a lifelong advocate for equity and justice and the Founder-in-R esidence at PolicyLink. I'm excited to tell you that Season 5 of Radical Imagination is arriving soon. Join me in imagining a just and equitable nation and a better world. Season 5 of Radical Imagination -- available at RadicalImaginationus or wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for watching.