This is a conversation with Chandra Farley, Just Energy Director at Partnership for Southern Equity, and Euneika Rogers-Sipp, Groundswell distinguished fellow.

Afrofuturism imagines a future that values Black lives and social justice through the creative power of Black culture, music, film, literature, and science fiction. It’s also a powerful frame from which we can envision a more equitable energy future that puts the black and brown community and working people first. For our next webinar, we’ll explore this frame with two tremendous southern leaders working towards an equitable energy future for us all. 

The conversation will be led by Chandra Farley, Just Energy Director at the Partnership for Southern Equity, (PSE) where she develops strategies to advance energy equity. Chandra is also a graduate of the EPA’s Environmental Justice Academy and serves on the Board of Directors for Community Movement Builders, Georgia Conservation Voters Education Fund, EarthShare of Georgia and Alabama Interfaith Power & Light.

Chandra will be joined by Euneika Rogers-Sipp, Groundswell’s Distinguished Fellow of Community Building, where she leads community design efforts that reflect local cultural production and vernacular traditions that preserve healthy land use, and reduce family vulnerability. She is also a Harvard Loeb Fellow, member of the Harvard Alumni Council, founder of Destination Design School of Agricultural Estates, and the co-founder of BlackSpace Atlanta.