Feminist Killjoys, Phd

EP 108: Building Intentional and Intersectional Community in a Local Latinx Bakery



We talk with Dulce of Dulceria Bakery in the second episode of our Shop Local month. This interview ended up being about so much more than running a bakery. We talked about getting burnt out in the activism-education world, creating safer spaces, and the importance of people of color owning businesses in a gentrifying urban space. We really want you to listen to this interview. +Visit Dulce and her bakery at dulceriabakery.com+ *** FALL FUN DRIVE :: don't forget to check out our Patreon page for details on our month-long fun drive where new (and longtime) patrons can receive unique gifts including activist grab bags, a FKJ, PhD poster, and salt soaks. *** Time Stamps 00:00-30:00: chit-chat, Fun Drive, and a discussion about whether white people practicing self-care reinforces white supremacy. 30:01-59:07: interview with Dulce of Dulceria 59:08-1:04:00: RWLs with Raechel and Melody *** Original music for FKJ PhD by Emily Jane Powers. For more information on her work, visit emilyjanepowers.com *** Now on S