382: Accountability and social change with Craft Equity

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an anonymized interview with one of the founding members of Craft Equity. The group has developed a platform for sharing stories of inequity in the craft field. In our interview we talk about the value of anonymity for people reporting abuse, the role social pressure plays in holding institutions accountable, and how empathy can create change in the community. For more information or to submit your own story visit www.craftequity.org. The stories posted on the feed are available at www.instagram.com/craftequity

 

(Content warning: Violence against women is discussed in this episode.)

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