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By the Sound - Ahoy Hoy! Media EPISODE 9, 31st January 2020
009: Meet Barbara Clabots

009: Meet Barbara Clabots

Environmental writer, director, and researcher Barbara Clabots tells us about the role gender is playing as climate change effects our communities. She also calls out the use of private prison labor in “sustainable seafood” production. Also, the cohosts discuss how we should respond to an out-of-town, anti-trans (TERF) hate group renting space at SPL’s Seattle Central Library.

By the Sound is produced and edited by Sarah Mayes. Episode 008 is hosted by Chelsea Alvarez, Aisha Hauser, and Sarah Mayes. You can support the show and learn how to join our community at: https://www.patreon.com/bythesound

SHOW NOTES

Gender Critical, by Natalie Wynn (ContraPoints channel video)

“Responding to community concerns related to a private event being held at the Central Library on Feb. 1,” by Marcellus Turner (letter)

Gender Justice League

Seattle Public Library: make our libraries safe & welcoming for trans & nonbinary people! (petition)

National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie, 432 U.S. 43 (1977)

"Missouri lawmaker proposes bill criminalizing public libraries' drag queen story hours". NBC News. January 2020.

BarbaraClabots.com

“The surprising link between climate change and violence against women,” by Barbara Clabots. The Seattle Globalist. May 2016.

“The Disturbing Irony of Using Prison Labor in ‘Sustainable’ Seafood,” by Barbara Clabots. The Establishment. August 2017.

13th (2016)

Washington State Correctional Industries

Women Talk Climate (short film)

“Seattle Board of Trustees passes ordinance, calling for removal of Indians from the town, on February 7, 1865.”

“The Darkest Side of Fossil Fuel Extraction,” by Barbara Clabots. Scientific American. October 2018.

“For a better tomorrow: Case studies in Siquijor, The Philippines, demonstrate the benefits of women’s participation in the management of marine protected areas,” by Barbara Clabots. Yemaya. November 2012.