Solidarity Engineering

Solidarity Engineering

Creating a podcast bringing asylum seeker voices directly to your ears

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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews.
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Tier 2

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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews and a Dignity Displaced sticker after three months of subscribing.
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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews and a black Solidarity Engineering t-shirt after three months of subscribing.
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Tier 4

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$50
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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews and a black Solidarity Engineering t-shirt after three months of subscribing.
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Tier 5

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$100
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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews and a printed three-part photography series titled "Women of Sesaquiquib" after 3 months of subscribing. This series consists of photos taken by Solidarity team members Adam Erispaha and Christa Cook during a hurricane response trip in March 2021 and documents indigenous women from the Alta Verapaz region in Guatemala. 
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  • Exclusive Poster - After 3 months receive a 3 part photography series

Tier 5

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$200
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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews and a printed three-part photography series titled Women of Sesaquiquib, a t-shirt, and a Dignity Displaced sticker after 3 months of subscribing. This series consists of photos taken by Solidarity team members Adam Erispaha and Christa Cook during a hurricane response trip in March 2021 and documents indigenous women from the Alta Verapaz region in Guatemala.
  • Solidarity Merch
  • Behind-the-scenes content
Exclusive Merch
Fulfilled by Patreon
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  • Exclusive T-shirt - Receive a Solidarity Engineering t-shirt after 3 months
  • Exclusive Sticker - Receive a Dignity Displaced sticker after 3 months

Tier 6 - the whole package!

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$400
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Members of this tier will receive access to full uncut interviews and a printed three-part photography series titled Women of Sesaquiquib, a t-shirt, a Dignity Displaced sticker, and a hoodie after 3 months of subscribing. This series consists of photos taken by Solidarity team members Adam Erispaha and Christa Cook during a hurricane response trip in March 2021 and documents indigenous women from the Alta Verapaz region in Guatemala.
  • Solidarity Merch
  • Behind-the-scenes content
Exclusive Merch
Fulfilled by Patreon
Includes
  • Exclusive Hoodie - Receive a Solidarity Engineering hoodie after 3 months
  • Exclusive T-shirt - Receive a Solidarity Engineering t-shirt after 3 months
  • Exclusive Sticker - Receive a Dignity Displaced sticker after 3 months

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About Solidarity Engineering

Solidarity Engineering is a women founded, women led humanitarian response 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization that is focused on using a community-based approach to better public health in areas of crisis. 

Inherent in our work is the recognition that humanitarian crises are products of complex global relations, historic power imbalances, and environmental injustices. Thus, our organization is built on three main pillars: working in solidarity with communities, working in accordance with the four humanitarian principles, and applying a holistic public health approach.

This overall approach has lead the team to create the podcast Dignity Displaced which highlights the interconnection between displacement, migration, and climate change. Dignity Displaced consists of stories directly from people living or working in humanitarian crises as well as interviews with experts, leaders, and advocates from all over the world. Find the podcast here.

To learn more about Solidarity Engineering, our team, or our ongoing projects, visit www.solidarityengineering.org or follow us on social media.
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