Earth Sessions SF

Earth Sessions SF
Intersectional Environmentalist
Raveena at Earth Sessions San Francisco

Project Description

Community-driven environmental justice concerts

Client Goal

Bringing together people with intersectional identities to find community, learn about climate justice, and spark local action

Services Provided

  • Project management

  • Event consulting

  • Budget management

  • Artist booking

  • Event liaison

  • Sponsorship management

  • Copywriting support

About the Partnership

Intersectional Environmentalist (IE), in partnership with The Eyes & Ears Agency and 5 Media, launched the sixth, and largest event yet, from our series of Earth Sessions concerts.

Earth Sessions SF was hosted at the Grand Theater (Gray Area) on October 16 2022, featuring an acoustic performance and meditation led by artist-activist, Raveena. We also had the pleasure of hearing from Courtney Desiree Morris, a visual and conceptual artist and assistant professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of California Berkeley, as she spoke with IE’s Director of Programming, Kiana Kazemi, about the intersections of eco-feminism, environmental racism, and queer ecologies.

This Earth Sessions, our book giveaway was specially curated by all the contributors that brought the event to life. We are proud to support local indie bookstores like Medicine for Nightmares, as we continue to offer free books at our events to allow for accessible + intersectional climate education.

IE and The Eyes & Ears Agency extend a massive thank you to our sponsor, 5 Media, and Guayaki, Sweetgreen, and Eat the Change for supporting IE’s programmatic vision and helping bring Earth Sessions to life.

Photos by Simrah Farrukh — Videos by Maxwell Alldread


total attendees

< 24 hours



instagram reach


book giveaway

"The other night in San Francisco was a kind of show my dreams are made of"
Raveena, Featured Earth Sessions Musician
Earth Sessions SF group photo

About the Organization

Intersectional Environmentalist (501(c)3) is a climate justice community and resource hub centering people of color and historically excluded voices. They merge science, cultural wisdom, and creativity through curricula + interactive learning experiences to connect individuals with their local communities to root their environmental practice in equity and inclusion.

Earth Sessions NY
Intersectional Environmentalist
Earth Sessions NY
Intersectional Environmentalist