In this episode, we talk with Hnin Hnin, Co-Director of CoFED, an organization working to address food sovereignty issues on college campuses. At the time of this recording, we were still in traumatic shock from the recent Presidential election, but we think you'll find that the conversation with … Show Notes
This week Synergy Airwaves talks to Adrionna Fike, co-owner of Mandela Foods Cooperative, a local grocer in West Oakland. Adrionna is a devoted cooperation leader and supports building a conscious and active movement not just in West Oakland, but in cities everywhere. As many of us come together … Show Notes
Cathy and I were recently shopping at Mandela Foods, a local worker owned grocery co-op in Oakland (and a subject of our next episode), when we met Noni Session, a local politician running for City Council, and who happened to have worker owned co-ops on her platform. Noni Session is an … Show Notes
Health has been an interest and pursuit of mine for most of my life, and especially through this process I’ve wondered; are traditional Western treatments always the best answer for pain relief, or are we maybe following a more specific financial and political agenda? Types of care outside of a normalized Western path can often…
This week Synergy Airwaves attended Sanctuary Restaurants, Sanctuary Bodies, a timely event hosted in Oakland by Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) Bay Area and ACCESS, a health justice organization inclusive of an English and Spanish Healthline.