“Did We Go Too Far?” Episode 4: Liberated Communities (With Guests Morning Star Gali and Karissa Lewis)

Episode 4 Liberated Communities is up now! What is possible in liberated neighborhoods? How have similar movements throughout time been created and governed? We’ll take a look at the hxstory of liberated zones and re-matriated land in the Bay and what is necessary to sustain these places, how to contest for power in right relationship with Indigenous communities and how this all connects to transformative justice. Hosts Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo are joined in dialogue by Morning Star Gali & Karissa Lewis.

Did We Go Too Far? is available on
Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.
This podcast is co produced by We Rise Production.
 

Listen to Episode 4 here:
Listen to “Liberated Communities: You Want In! Ep 4” on Spreaker.

Podcast art by Chucha Marquez.
Music by Los Nadies mixed by DiaspoRadical.

Full transcript of Episode 4:HERE

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Hosts:
Layel Camargo
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Tre Vasquez:
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Guests:
Morning Star Gali
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Karissa Lewis
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Media Contact
Tré: tre@movementgeneration.org


About “Did We Go Too Far”:

Amidst extraordinarily uncertain times, many of us wonder: What futures are we moving toward? What realities are we creating? Movement Generation’s new podcast Did We Go Too Far? takes on parenting in a pandemic, and offers perspectives on Queer Ecology, Black Land & Liberation, and being okay with the unknown. Hosts Tré Vasquez & Layel Camargo speak with a spectrum of guests, like Charlene Carruthers, Leah Penniman, Morning Star Gali, other MG Staff Collective Members and more….with humor and lightness as well as the realness and depth we need to survive and thrive through this deeply transformational time, a.k.a. The Apocalypse…cause there ain’t no going back!

Did We Go Too Far? is available on
Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.
This podcast is co produced by We Rise Production.