Announcements

Bio: Preeti Shekar

Preeti Mangala Shekar is a feminist media activist and a print and radio journalist from India. Her articles have been published in Colorlines, Alternet, Foreign Policy in Focus, Race, Poverty and the Environment and various alternative/independent publications in India and the US. Preeti is also a radio producer at KPFA 94.1 FM (Paci# ca Radio),…

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Bio: Kelly Curry

Kelly Curry is an author, publisher and social justice activist. She brings over 20 years of frontline, on the ground support of lower income communities of color through her development of life enhancing, ground shifting programs that promote health, well being and love. A veteran of public and private foundation work in New York City,…

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FEATURED

Book: Until the Streets of the Hood…

Check out the book and website at Electricsmoothies.org Order the book from the publisher at Freedom Voices Donate to Kelly Curry or the Electric Smoothie Lab Apothecary Until the Streets of the Hood Flood with Green Review By Lesley-Ann Brown, When I first heard about The Electric Smoothie Lab Apothecary – I felt a thunderbolt…

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Coming in 2022

We are pleased to introduce ongoing storytelling episodes to the Radio Reimagine format. Jess Clarke will be telling tales from their life adapted from their grand opus “Imagining Liberation.” Kelly Curry will be sharing episodes from two of her projects: “Until the Streets of the Hood Flood with Green” and “The Earth is the Only…

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Bio: Jess Clarke

Jess Clarke is a writer, performer, and organizer from Oakland, California. They’ve been on the frontlines and in the back offices of justice struggles for the last half-century. From organizing a cultural center in San Francisco’s Tenderloin in the 1980’s, doing solidarity with the Zapatistas in the 90s, editing Race, Poverty & the Environment in…

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Invitation Guidelines

Radio Reimagine is a labor of love produced by a loose-knit network of artists, producers, teachers, coaches and organizers. We are looking to grow our community one show at a time and are inviting individuals, collectives and organizations who would like to be invited to appear on Radio Reimagine to send us a show package….

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History

Race, Poverty & the Environment is the national journal of the social and environmental justice movements. Founded on earth day in 1990 it has been giving voice to racial justice advocates for over 30 years. Radio Reimagine grew out of our predecessor podcast Radio RP&E, founded in 2010. ONWARD! Jess Clarke Editor of RP&E 2005-2020

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