Joy Lehuanani Enomoto-
Joy is a Kānaka Maoli, African American, Japanese, Caddo Indian, Punjabi, and Scottish activist and scholar. Her work engages with climate justice mapping, extractive colonialism, saltwater conversations that occur within the space of the diaspora, the policing of black and brown bodies, the Black Pacific, demilitarization, and other issues currently affecting the peoples of Oceania. Her artwork and scholarship have been featured around the world.
In her episode she shares her organizing experience, from the Bay Area to Hawaiʻi, for racial and environmental justice and the connection between militarization and policing Black and Brown communities.