Women and Whales First logoOn Women and Whales First: Poetry in a Climate of Change, Seattle Civic Poet Jourdan Imani Keith and her Women & Whales collective discuss the intersection of the health of our human and marine communities, the power of poetry to illuminate environmental and social justice concerns, and what we can do to protect those most vulnerable among us. The podcast will feature conversation between Jourdan Imani Keith and local poets, with performances of original poems developed through the Women* & Whales First, Poetry in a Climate of Change workshops.

The Women & Whales Collective is Jourdan Imani Keith, Aleyda Marisol Cervantes, Ebony Wellborn, Kamna Shastri, Jae Eun Kim, Savannah Smith, and Rasheena Fountain. More at www.urbanwildernessproject.com

*Our use of the word women embraces all women and people who self-identify with the experiences of women. This includes but is not limited to Trans Women, cis-women, Femmes, Two-Spirit, Gender Diverse, and non-conforming people.

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