This week we interviewed Stef Bernal-Martinez and Alison Mollman, two co-creators of 1977 Books, a new abolitionist bookstore in the city of Montgomery. These two are using the bookstore as a vehicle for getting their community free. How do they do that? Listen to the episode to find out more!
In this episode, we chat with Josh Carples, the director of yet-to-be-released documentary Rembering Anarcha and we dicuss privatizing prisons, unions, and why we’re forever shaking our head at the Alabama GOP,
On this episode of the Foreword South Podcast, we sit down with Montgomery educator Ryan Dalton, who tells us how community members can support public school teachers and how he's using his newfound green thumb for good.
On this episode, we talk about voter organizing with Kynesha Brown, misinformed NYT editors, access to healthcare in the South, and so much more!
On this episode of the Foreword South podcast, we’re introducing a brand new podcast format! Our interview this week is with Dana Sweeney and Lucia Hermo, two awesome Southern organizers who share their perspective on what it takes to push the South forward.
On this episode of the Foreword South podcast, we sit down with Sydney Foster, a photographer and visionary based in Montgomery, Alabama. We get real about collaboration, depression, and the hospitality of Southern folks.
On this episode, we are talking to two important women who are working to preserve Montgomery’s very own black history: Michelle Browder, Owner of More Than Tours and Lois Cortell, Senior Development Manager of the City of Montgomery.