Episode 23

Published on:

1st Jan 2021

023: Meet Marcus Harrison Green

The Founder & Publisher of the South Seattle Emerald, Seattle Times Columnist, and award-winning Seattle Human Rights Leader reflects on the last decade.

By the Sound is produced and edited by Sarah Mayes. Episode 023 is hosted by Aisha Hauser, Raven Juarez, and Sarah Mayes. You can support the show and learn how to join our community at: https://www.patreon.com/bythesound


Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

I Had Accolades, But I Wasn’t Filling My Own Cup,” by Marcus Harrison Green, in the South Seattle Emerald. December 19, 2018

Marcus Harrison Green: ‘I’m Back Home’,” by Marcus Harrison Green, in the South Seattle Emerald. November 10, 2019.

How I survived the collision of racism and the stigma of mental illness,” by Marcus Harrison Green in The Seattle Times. October 1, 2020.

Terry Bradshaw's winning drive against depression,” by John Morgan and Stephen A. Shop, M.D. in USA Today. January 30, 2004.

Seattle was the saddest metro area in the nation last month, survey shows,” by Gene Balk in The Seattle Times. December 17, 2020.

Emerald Founder Honored With Human Rights Award,” by Emerald Staff, in the South Seattle Emerald. December 10, 2020.

Ensler, Eve. The Apology. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019.

Washingtonians are less religious than ever, Gallup poll finds,” by Gene Balk in The Seattle Times. April 20, 2018.

Ad Astra (2020)

Intersectionality Matters Podcast 

Future Gazing,” a feature series in the South Seattle Emerald. Dec. 2020.

Soul (2020)

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About the Podcast

By the Sound
Seattle's community-invested podcast
Aisha Hauser, Raven Juarez, and Sarah Mayes meet with the brightest minds in Seattle and the PNW for storytelling, new ideas, and inspiration. The hosts discuss art and pop culture, as well as local news and politics.

By the Sound is a community-invested podcast that uses listener donations to support the show's guests and co-hosts while building community for listeners. You can join our Seattle-based community at https://patreon.com/ByTheSound

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Aisha Hauser

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Aisha Hauser is a self proclaimed LOUD TALKER, both literally and figuratively. As an accomplished religious educator, facilitator, author and advocate of equity and justice, she has made waves calling out bullshit in all its forms. One friend named her a "Purveyor of Joyful Shitstorms."
Along with working to dismantle institutional racism, Aisha LOVES to teach, train and talk about healthy sexuality! Aisha is an approved trainer for the Our Whole Lives sexuality education program. This is a sex affirming and sex positive program offered in Unitarian Universalist and United Church of Christ congregations all over the U.S. and Canada.
Aisha was born in Egypt and has lived in five different states and three different countries.

Raven Juarez

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Born and based in Seattle, Raven Juarez is a contemporary native artist, teacher, and presenter.

Juarez attended Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY and spent a year abroad in Florence, Italy, to study painting, drawing, print-making as well as Italian art and film history. She graduated in 2013 with a BA in the liberal arts, with concentrations in Child Psychology/Development and Visual Arts.
Raven is the Lead Preschool Teacher at a small Creative Arts Preschool in North Seattle. In her free time, she teaches private art classes, hosts and facilitates community events, and creates her own work which can be viewed at ravenjuarez.com.

Sarah Mayes

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A lifelong political nerd, Sarah Mayes has worked for four lawmakers; most recently at Seattle City Council. Sarah earned her BA in History from Reed College, and has spent nearly half of her life working in libraries. Sarah is a transgender woman, and a single mother of two boys. She has lived in Seattle since 2006.

Chelsea Alvarez

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Chelsea Alvarez writes things for money. She has raised children, grown flowers, and eaten cruciferous vegetables in the PNW since time immemorial. Hit her up for tips on lipstick shades, uses for Karam’s Garlic Sauce, and sponsorship opportunities.