S2 Ep 33: Young, Elected, & Black w/ Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta

 Everything is intersectional and interdisciplinary. Systems of injustice work in tandem, and we must work together so we do not recreate or internalize them. Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta is the first openly LGBTQ+ person of color and one of the youngest members elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly. We caught up with him to discuss multi-issued causes, voter suppression, and a Just Transition. Listen now! More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate.  #RespectMyVote #JustTransition #Think100

S2 Ep 32: Abolitionists’ Revolution w/ Destiny Harris

Abolition is tearing down systems that do harm and reimagining the world we want to live in. Violence comes from a lack of resources, and supplying oppressive systems with more resources is an ineffective response. Destiny Harris is a Black queer organizer, artist, abolitionist, and poet from the West Side of Chicago. We caught up with her to discuss the history of redlining and segregation in Chicago, being a 21st century abolitionist, and her top 5 Chicago artists. Listen now! More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate. #AbolitionandEJ #NoCopAcademy #Think100