Episode 29 - Cultivating wellness for BLK PEARLs and seeing the South clearly with Tori Wolfe-Sisson


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In the first of two episodes from Alabama, Amelia speaks with Tori Wolfe-Sisson in Birmingham about BLK PEARL, a learning and leisure alliance that cultivates wellness through visibility and economic development with Black, Brown, Indigenous, Transgender & Queer Women.

They spend the first half of the interview discussing Tori’s organizing work, and then have a really candid conversation about the stories people tell about Alabama and how to look beyond stereotypical narratives of the South. Plus Tori gives us an audio tour of forgotten and destroyed monuments in Birmingham and Montgomery.

Fifty Feminist States is no longer releasing new episodes. Click here to follow Amelia’s next podcasting project Softer Sounds.

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