S1E13: Dr. Holmes Hummel and Tamara Jones

S1E13: Dr. Holmes Hummel and Tamara Jones

Buckle up, because this week's episode features some heavy hitters in the world of renewable energy advocacy. Seriously, these two are brilliant. Sit back and enjoy! Dr. Holmes Hummel founded Clean Energy Works to accelerate investments in cost-effective distributed...

S1E12: Bri Knisley and Willie Dodson

S1E12: Bri Knisley and Willie Dodson

This week's episode features a pair of amazing Appalachians in conversation with our hosts: Bri Knisley is the Tennessee Campaign Manager for Appalachian Voices, where she organizes campaigns for energy democracy and justice in the Tennessee Valley Authority...

S1E11: Rev. Leo Woodberry and Daniel Joranko

S1E11: Rev. Leo Woodberry and Daniel Joranko

This week, we're talking with two faith leaders from the South, Rev. Leo Woodberry from South Carolina and Dr. Daniel Joranko from Tennessee. Rev. Leo Woodberry was born and raised in New York City. There he became involved with community organizing at an early age,...

S1E10: Dr. Mikhiela Sherrod and Susan Diane Mitchell

S1E10: Dr. Mikhiela Sherrod and Susan Diane Mitchell

In this episode, we chat with two visionary leaders in Alabama and Georgia: Dr. Mikhiela Sherrod and Susan Diane Mitchell. Dr. Mikhiela Sherrod is the Executive Director of Agricultural Missions, Inc., an 85 year old ecumenical organization that supports rural people...

S1E9: The Barbaras

S1E9: The Barbaras

Barbara Weckesser and Barbara Nelson are local residents of Pascagoula, Miss. Barbara Weckesser is originally from coal country in Kentucky and retired with her husband in Pascagoula in 2010. Barbara Nelson grew up here in Moss Point and Pascagoula. Both of their...

S1E4: Talking Labor with Jeannie Economos

S1E4: Talking Labor with Jeannie Economos

On this episode of Climate Justice, Y'all, we are joined by Jeannie Economos of the Farmworker Association of Florida. Jeannie's title is Pesticide Safety and Environmental Health Project Coordinator. She's been with the Farmworker Association for more than 20 years....