An inclusive audio space, Conscious Chatter opens the door to conversations about our clothing + the layers of stories, meaning and potential impact connected to what we wear. Hosted by Kestrel Jenkins, Conscious Chatter reimagines the narrative around sustainability, explores the importance of resourcefulness, questions conscious consumerism, and works to deconstruct how oppressive systems impact the sustainable fashion space.
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In episode 296, Kestrel welcomes Kelly Drennan, the founder of Fashion Takes Action, to the show. A Canada-based non-profit, Fashion Takes Action works to remove barriers to sustainability through education, awareness, research and collaboration. more
In episode 295, Kestrel welcomes Rayouf Alhumedhi, the creator of the hijab emoji, to the show. Deeply passionate about bridging the creative space and tech, Rayouf founded the hijab emoji project to push for digital representation for Muslim women a... more
In episode 294, Kestrel welcomes Jeff Garner, the designer behind Prophetik, to the show. A romantic visual artist, pioneer and unconventional designer, Jeff’s sustainably-minded label Prophetik is focused on changing our perception of luxury. more
I love listening to conversations Kestrel has with her guests. I always feel more positive and hopeful about the sustainability world. And I walk away with learning something new each time.
Thank you so much for the excellent work you do! I first discovered your podcast back in 2016 and with sustainability suddenly being a marketing buzzword, it is more important than ever to have a trusted source of information. As the designer of sustainable accessory brand "Gilded Mane," your unbiased opinion and deep probing questions are invaluable for those of us who genuinely want to do the work.
Kestrel-your podcast skills, topic framing, questions, and show notes provide the listener with succinct and valued information. Thank you for all the work you put into this critical topic. I have learned so much from listening and pick up important tidbits from EVERY episode. Keep up the good work! Wendy
I’ve been a long-time supporter of Conscious Chatter since its first episodes. This latest series (The Root) made me want to leave another 5-star review — I’m so appreciative of Kestrel and Dom’s initiation to take on this topic and their guests’ willingness to share with us all. Kudos and thank you!
One of my favourite ways to dive deep into Fair Trade Fashion. Thanks so much for bringing so many facets of Fashion to light Kestrel.
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Conscious Chatter launched 7 years ago and published 298 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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