Dec 23, 2018
Maris Orelia of Living Voice Medicine sings, prays and trances in the Norse traditions of her ancestors. In this interview, she riffs on belonging, shares her ancient song medicine, and addresses the benefits of healing with ancestors.
Dec 6, 2018
In this episode, artist, poet, writer and facilitator Naomi Ortiz speaks to the intersection of place, ancestors, activism embodiment and disability justice. Naomi is a Disabled, Mestiza (Latina/Indigenous/White), raised in Latinx culture, living in the U.S./Mexico borderlands.
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Nov 20, 2018
Scholar and filmmaker Dr. Susan Stryker celebrates the continuum of trans history, and speaks to queering time through her relationships with both elders and ancestors in the trans community. This episode is in honor of the Trans Day of Remembrance.
Nov 7, 2018
In honor of the Trans Day of Remembrance (November 20) Bespoken Bones is showcasing Trans speakers and causes all month. In this episode, Anthony Easton discusses the act of deadnaming, and how the trans community might learn from the good death movement and vice-versa.
Oct 23, 2018
Spirit worker, medicine maker, priest and activist Lou Florez (Awo Ifadunsin Sangobiyi) speaks to being in community and in being conversation with our ancestors as we embody their blessings while disrupting colonizer culture as it lives inside of us. Join us on Oct. 28 in San Francisco at the Modern Witches...