033: “I couldn’t be an environmentalist if I wasn’t rooted as a Filipina.” How visiting the Philippines solidified her work today with Kristy Drutman
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Creator and curator of Brown Girl Green Kristy Drutman is redefining environmentalism in the 21st century. She describes her mixed heritage as a “Jew-Pina,” how her 2016 trip to the Philippines solidified her Filipina identity, and how she is holding space as a digital media strategist for people to rediscover their connection to the environment.

Connect with Kristy at on Instagram & Twitter @browngirl_green, Facebook @browngirlgreen or email her at browngirlgreenshow@gmail.com

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