The Riverwise Podcast is bringing together Detroit citizens to consider new and forms of resistance to continuing economic and political marginalization in communities of color. For over three years now, the Riverwise collective has created media that depicts local activism and the profound new work being done in Detroit neighborhoods. Through the quarterly Riverwise magazine, Riverwise community conversations, and the Riverwise Writing Workshop, we’re developing our collective voice.
The podcast format allows us even more access to grassroots organizations and individuals who are rethinking our institutions, creating self-reliant communities, and laying the path to a more equitable society. We hope you can join us as we regularly uplift these stories of personal struggle and new ideas.
The Riverwise Podcast is hosted by Amas Mesu and presented through the Detroit is Different Network