Natural Dyeing & Oakland Youth


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During this week's episode, Teju Adisa-Farrar discusses Oakland, natural dyeing, art, and urban farming. Fiber and plants are integral to not just the Black diaspora's history, but also human history more broadly. It is a granular exploration of the broader topic of regenerative production practices. Historically, most human products were created with local natural materials. It was a practical matter. Humans have been producing fiber and dyeing textiles in ways that we now consider "regenerative" throughout Asia, Africa and the Americas for centuries. Learn more about this episode of Black Material Geographies at, on IG at @whetstoneradio, on Twitter at @whetstone_radio, and on YouTube at WhetstoneRadio.

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