Through our broadening agricultural lens at Whetstone, we endeavor to understand the relationship between the land and not only what we eat, but also what we wear.
Premiering Monday, March 28, our newest podcast Black Material Geographies, hosted by Teju Adisa-Farrar (@misstej), will explore the fiber systems undergirding our lives.
#BlackMaterialGeographies is a collection of conversations and stories using Blackness and textile material culture to explore how we can create more sustainable systems and processes amid global climate crises and lifestyles deeply entrenched in global capitalism.
This show projects “Blackness” into the past to understand the material cultures of our present, and the possibilities for a more sustainable future. Teju will explore what Black futures could be made of—and who gets to make them.