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Remake May Community Call

May 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join Remake on May 6th at 9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET for our monthly Community Call! With May being Mental Health Awareness month, we will be focusing this virtual Community Call on ways we can practice keeping a positive mindset when working in activism spaces. Throughout this hour, we will also share Remake campaign updates, upcoming events, and have a panel with inspiring speakers on how they care for themselves, while furthering the climate and labor movement.

We will be joined by:

  • Kim Saira (she/they), a neurodivergent Filipino storyteller, writer, and somatic and sound practitioner whose creativity centers embodying inclusive wellness and learning to be in reciprocity with the earth. Her work critically explores the intersections between our spiritual and collective liberation.In 2021, Kim made headlines as she launched a successful nationwide campaign bringing awareness to anti-Asian racism in Hollywood, garnering over 47,000 signatures. In 2022, she was awarded as a Top Changemaker under 25 by Change.org and a 2022 Webby Award Nominee for Best Creator on Social. Currently, Kim travels between California and New York City, where they offer somatic and sound healing sessions and produce digital content across various mediums.
  • Willow Defebaugh is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Atmos, a climate and culture magazine that tells stories about the environment through a lens of creativity. She is the author of The Overview, a deep ecology newsletter and book. She is a lifelong student of nature and graduated with a degree in creative writing from the University of Michigan. Her work has been featured in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Teen Vogue, V Magazine, Interview, i-D, BBC, The Guardian, them, New York Magazine, and more. She lives in Brooklyn on unceded Lenape territory.
  • Brea Baker is a sought-after writer, speaker, and anti-racism consultant who brings her grassroots background to entertainment, philanthropy, higher education, and tech fields. With a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University, Brea believes deeply in the need for nuanced storytelling and Black culture as tools for change and was the host of Disney+ BRIDGING THE GAP, a series on diversity and inclusion in animation. She also contributes essays on race and gender to publications like ELLE, Harper’s BAZAAR, and Refinery 29. Her book, Rooted: The American Legacy of Land Theft & The Modern Movement for Black Land Ownership, will be published by One World (an imprint of Penguin Random House).


May 6
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:


Zoom (Remote)