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The Climate Front Line is a show that engages social movement & industry leaders as well as artists. Each conversation changes the narrative by centering the interest and needs of communities at the front line of climate change.
Today's episode we met Sully Moreno and learned about how she is shifting the culture on community engagement in Seattle.
"I'm a culture shifter, a community builder, and a racial justice seeker. There are two places I call home: The country where I was born and raised, Panama, and the city where I now live and build community, Seattle. I'm energized by working with my community to create a more just, equitable world, whether that means advocating for resources or changing narratives about what a leader looks like. I recharge by spending time in nature, which can be as close to home as reading in my hammock in the backyard or as remote as a multi-day backpacking trip."
You can find out more about Sully and her work at:
What land do you live on?
Find out who are the natives people of the land that you are currently at by utilizing this tool to identify some of the nations. While the map also includes other parts of the world outside of Turtle Island, it is important to note that this is just a tool and should not be used as ends meet to assert or justify acknowledgement of natives peoples.
If you are just starting your journey, feel free to reach out and I am happy to see how I can be of assistance! We are all in this healing journey together!
We all got stories to share that were lessons, or moments of inspiration, that lift us up when we most needed. Do you have a story you would like to share with the community? Record it here
Thank you Patreons
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Thank you Emily and Ted!
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