Coming up this week on Feminist Magazine, with hosts Felicia Montes and Karina Elias : First we talk with herbalist Julie James of Green Wisdom Herbal Studies, who provides herbal education opportunities for people all over Southern California for the last 3 decades including apprenticeship, consulting and teaching. We speak with her about her new space and upcoming classes.
Then we speak with La Loba Loca a Queer, Machona, South American Migrant, writer, tattooist, crafter, full spectrum companion, midwife student, seed-saver, and gardener. We speak with them about the importance of sharing “abuelita knowledge” and Queering herbalism so that we rely on ourselves and communities for our overall health needs
Then we share a piece from Women Rising Radio featuring Indigenous food sovereignty activists and herbalists including Native American Norther Wintu ethno- botanist, herbalist and food sovereignty activist Sage La Pena, and Native American Ohlone and Chumash youth educator Kanyon Sayers-Roods.
Hear about all this and more On Tuesday at 3 - THIS is what Feminism Sounds Like!