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YOLONDA COLES JONES talks about the rhythm of managing music, photography, mothering, and community work.

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ZAHRA ALABANZA talks about how her bike and her passport give afford her the messy divinity of mothering and activism.

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ANTHONY GALLOWAY II talks about Black Boy Joy, representation, and his role in Atlanta’s self-directed community.

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MOJI YAI talks about the link between doula work and unschooling, and finding joy in her partnership with a local farm.

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IEISHAH CLELLAND talks about having a mother who trusted her with herself, why she has no allegiance to any one country, and why Dora is forever the homie.

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KIM HESTER talks about how her relationships with food and wellness shape her definition of liberation.