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#WeatherTogether: A Marnita's Table Production

#WeatherTogether: A Marnita's Table Production

By Marnita's Table
Marnita's Table is excited to bring its #WeatherTogether dIZI (digital Intentional Social Interaction) series to you in an accessible podcast format! At this time, while some of us have the luxury of being at home, many others are fighting for their lives, livelihoods and their community! #WeatherTogether covers topics including food sovereignty, parenting during times of crisis, and how to keep a sense of humor in this strange new era. With a diverse panel of experts, hobbyists, and curious people in those fields, #WeatherTogether is a must listen for community minded folk.
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11. Blanca Martinez Gaviña

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19. Legacy of Redlining
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:08:18
September 24, 2020
18. Adrienne Thornton and Gwen Johnson
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:12:11
September 17, 2020
17. Sarina Baker, Nicole Bates, Sharon Stone, Bisola Wald and Charleine Williams
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:23:53
September 10, 2020
16. Ashraf Ashkar, Ange Hwang and Fun Fun Cheng
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:24:41
September 3, 2020
15. Karen Gee-McAuley and Phil Xiao
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:20:56
August 27, 2020
14. Andrew Johnson
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:23:46
August 20, 2020
13. Kimberly Wilburn and Aswar Rahman
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:07:13
August 13, 2020
12. Romina Espinosa, Omari Richins and Laura Aguilera
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:29:54
August 6, 2020
11. Blanca Martinez Gaviña
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
52:20
July 30, 2020
10. Nandi Tippet and Elizabeth Berman
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:00:24
July 23, 2020
9. Amoke Kubat and Marquita Stephens
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:05:37
July 16, 2020
8. Marika Pfefferkorn and Sam Ndely
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:25:07
July 9, 2020
7. Carlo Kim and Kim Ellison
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:27:45
July 2, 2020
6. Desralynn Cole, Andrea Jenkins, Nandi Tippett and Ananda Bates
In this conversation we address what it means to be free of state sponsored violence against black and brown people and how each of us can start the work towards intentionally building a healthy and whole community. We are lifting up the voices of BIPOC of all ages to discuss what will make our communities safe(r). Listen to hear what each of our guests agreed was the number one resource currently making us feel safe(r) in our own neighborhoods, as we continue to reimagine an equitable and just future for our communities.
1:20:07
June 25, 2020
5. Justice for George: Voices from our Community Cast [Volume 2]
As our community continues to process George Floyd’s death and demand justice, we have created a virtual gathering space centered around the voices, needs and hopes of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) youth from around the country. To learn more or join our regular virtual gathering email Lauren@marnitastable.org. Nick (00:20) Famo (07:20) Aina (14:30) Lavina (19:30) Perran (24:55) Laura (26:40) Sarah (29:20) Leo (31:39) Ponny (33:34) Aina (35:06)
43:47
June 18, 2020
4. Justice for George: Voices from our Community Cast
As our community continues to process George Floyd’s death and demand justice, we have created a virtual gathering space centered around the voices, needs and hopes of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) youth from around the country. To learn more or join our regular virtual gathering email Lauren@marnitastable.org. Michael, Minneapolis (00:20) Han, Louisville (11:45) Akanksha, Los Angeles (16:33) JH, North Minneapolis (21:57) Daniel, New Haven (34:22) Eric Bell, Atlanta (43:52) Roz, Minneapolis (58:30)
1:18:42
June 11, 2020
3. Our Team with Elexis Trinity
Our team came together to connect and reflect after the recent death of George Floyd, a black man pinned down and killed by Minneapolis police officers. Our next episode will continue the conversation and feature young voices from around the country, as we process and come together as one community to heal and demand change. Special Guest: Elexis Trinity
1:07:53
June 4, 2020
2. Coco & Lala
Special guests CoCo & LaLa started it all as two friends, a birthday and tart cherry juice. After accidentally getting 1,000 views on their first Facebook Live video together, Coco & Lala began documenting their food journey showing all of us what happens when a carnivore goes vegetarian and a vegetarian goes vegan. Today, Coco & Lala have a massive following on both their Facebook Live show called Keeping up with Coco & Lala and their wildly popular radio show. Coco & Lala are teaching us all how to “Healthin Up” our lives while having fun. You’ll learn how not to burn the kitchen down, why kool-aid blue is a flavor and what dish to make if you’re new to cooking on this week’s episode of Weather Together!
1:10:47
May 28, 2020
1. Akanksha Aurora, Declan Brown and Fletcher Kade
We’re weathering together using comedy! Laugh with our special guest comedians Akanksha Aurora, Declan Brown of the Backpocket Podcast, and Fletcher Kade as we discuss performing live, writing original jokes, OnlyFans and so much more on our first episode of Weather Together!
1:08:12
May 21, 2020