Don’t Trash It, Sew it!!: Sustainable Creativity with Shams el-Din Rogers

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Shams mentions reading Vicki Robin,

Shams volunteers at Creative Reuse Toronto.

Lisa and Sham mention Aja Barber and her book Consumed 

Aja is on the podcast next week!

Lisa mentions a poem by Francis Ellen Watkins Harper

Lisa also mentions Fannie Lou Hamer's 1971 speech "Nobody's free until everybody's free."

Shams mentions Shaun King's vertically-integrated, Black t-shirt company, A Real One

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Lisa is a fourth-generation sewing enthusiast who learned to sew while earning a PhD in African American literature and culture. She has been sewing for more than twenty years while also teaching, researching, and publishing in Black American literature and culture.