State of Water Episode 17! On this episode, we feature a dynamic and game-changing luminary from Detroit, Piper Carter. Listen in and be inspired. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and SoundCloud.

Piper Carter is an Arts and Culture Organizer in Entertainment Justice, Education Justice, Maker Space, Environmental Justice, and Food Justice, communities. She is the Host of her own podcast, the Piper Carter Podcast on Detroit is Different where she discusses Social Justice and Hip Hop to a world wide audience. She is co-Founder of We Found Hip Hop (The Foundation, uplifting, celebrating, and supporting Women in Hip Hop create and build careers in a safer environment). She is Creator of Dilla Youth Day (dedicated to providing S.T.E.A.M. education to underserved and marginalized youth in Detroit). She is also Creator and Editor-In-Chief for The Studio Arena (a sustainable fashion magazine promoting zero waste and international trade). She is a member of a staggering list of action councils, caucuses and boards with environmental, equity and youth focused missions. Piper received the prestigious Muhammad Ali Global Peace Initiative Women of Impact Award from The United Nations. She also received The Spirit of Detroit Award for Creating Dilla Youth Day.

Graphic by Loren Johnson

Listen on Apple PodcastsSoundCloud, or Spotify.

Piper Carter interviewed by Seth Bernard
Produced, edited and mixed by Dan Rickabus
Narrators – Alex Smith, Ben Darcie, Dan Rickabus, Rachel Marco-Havens
Music: Mike Savina, Samuel Seth Bernard & Dan Rickabus
Graphic design by Loren Johnson