Changing Currents Episode 5: The Spaces We Care for
Changing Currents is a new podcast series exploring climate perspectives and possible futures. In this episode, we consider care, community and alternative futures.
Changing Currents is a new podcast series exploring climate perspectives and possible futures featuring the voices of artists, growers, activists, local community groups, heritage workers and researchers across South Yorkshire.
In this episode you will hear campaigner and WOC Azadi Collective member Ishah Jawaid and nature guide, writer and community gardener Maymana Arefin. This conversation included exploring a ‘secret garden’ in Rotherham, foraging elderflower and making tea.
This recording took place at Ishah’s parents’ garden in Rotherham.
Sound Design by Ashley Holmes
Produced by Kitty Turner
Commissioned by Arts Catalyst with funding from the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority.
Ishah Jawaid - Member of WOC Azadi collective, a grassroots project rooted in Black, Indigenous and global feminisms, that is led by and for Women of Colour.
Maymana Arefin - Nature guide, writer, community gardener and founder of Fungi Futures, a space to map radical alternative futures.