Anastasia Yarbrough, writer, naturalist, and activist, shares her reflections doing grounded grassroots community work that is inclusive to human and non-human animals.
We talk about her experiences living in a small rural community as an activist, interspecies relationships, the powerful connections between afro-animal struggles, and the importance of radical self-care.
Anastasia works as individual, following her heart and moving through different realms like non-profits, grassroots community work, municipalities, housing authority, artistic spaces to do liberation work.
We cover many topics that revolve around challenging oppressive paradigms and negotiating how to do that while being grounded with ourselves and the other humans and animals we share spaces with.
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