Grounded: Environmental Injustice and Resilience in Edmonton's BIPOC Communities

This week, Terra Informer Charlotte Thomasson speaks with Grace Wainaina and Dalyah Mouallem to chat about their project called GROUNDED. GROUNDED is a portrait series shared through social media, highlighting environmental injustice and resilience in the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) communities in Edmonton.

This week on Terra Informa, Charlotte Thomasson sits down with Grace Wainaina and Dalyah Mouallem with the not-for-profit Apathy is Boring. The two worked on the project GROUNDED., a portrait series shared through social media that highlights environmental injustice and resilience in the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) communities in Edmonton. The series focuses on the intersection of relationship with land, identity, and culture. An art show featuring the portraits will be held on November 29 at the Naked Cyber Cafe Downtown at 6pm. For more information, check out GROUNDED. on Instagram at grounded.yeg or on Facebook. Come out and support BIPOC artists and the community!
Production of CJSR 88.5FM