Episode 2: Centering healing at PGM ONE

Full episode transcript available in our attempt to make this an accessible experience for all.

We’re bringing you the wisdom and magic from the third annual People of the Global Majority in the Outdoors, Nature and Environment summit, or PGM ONE. You’ll hear from participants, speakers, panelists, musicians and host Sarah Shimazaki, as she share her observations and thoughts.

In this episode of Outside Voices Podcast, we’re pondering the following question: What does it look like to heal our relationships with ourselves, with the land and with each other?

Tune in on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Featured Interviews

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Ahjani Yepa
Ahjani (she/her) is the Pueblo Community Outreach Coordinator for Utah Diné Bikéyah, working to protect Bears Ears National Monument.

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Anahí Naranjo
Anahí (she/her) works at the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center in the Bronx and is the NYC Program coordinator for Latino Outdoors.

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Jorge Moreno
Jorge (he/him) is a field instructor at NOLS, a nonprofit outdoor leadership school.
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Bam Mendiola
Bam (they/them) is a diversity consultant and public speaker who lives on Duwamish Territory (Seattle, WA).

Featured PGM ONE speakers

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Dwight Dunston
Dwight (he/him) aka Sterling Duns is a West Philly based hip-hop artist, musician, educator, futurist, and Quaker.

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Sophie Sarkar
Sophie (she/her) is PGM ONE’s summit organizer.
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Grace Anderson
Grace Anderson (she/her) is the director of the PGM ONE summit.
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adrienne maree brown
adrienne (she/her) is a writer, social justice facilitator, pleasure activist, healer, doula living in Detroit.

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Mustafa Santiago Ali
Mustafa (he/him) is a renowned thought leader, international speaker, policy maker, community liaison, trainer, and facilitator.

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Kareemah Batts
Kareemah (she/her) is an African American woman of color who sheds light on disability and cancer through her work with the climbing community.

Featured PGM ONE musicians

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Aisha Fukushima
Aisha (she/her) is a Singer, Speaker, Educator, and ‘RAPtivist’ (rap activist).

Music:

"Too Cool" by Kevin MacLeod from https://filmmusic.io
License: CC BY

“Good Times” by Audiobinger from http://freemusicarchive.org
License: CC BY-NC 4.0

“Deliberate Thought” by Kevin MacLeod from https://filmmusic.io
License: CC BY

“City Lights” by Audiobinger from http://freemusicarchive.org
License: CC BY-NC 4.0

“Concrete Jungle” by Audiobinger from http://freemusicarchive.org
License: CC BY-NC 4.0