Aarohi Sheth

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Aarohi Sheth is a multimedia journalist and poet raised in Houston. Her work focuses on the intersection of race and the environment as well as bayou communities in the South, queer culture, South Asian culture, identity, and love + relationships. Her work has been featured in a variety of publications, including NPR, Teen Vogue, KCET, L.A. TACO, and Texas Monthly, to name a few. She hopes to use journalism as a way to invest in the South Asian community as well as other underrepresented groups.

In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?

Nature makes me feel small in the best way. It grounds me, helps me find my place in the world, and constantly reminds me of all the resilience and joy this planet holds.

What does it mean to you to be part of a thriving ecosystem?

Being part of a thriving ecosystem involves taking care of each other as well as our land and working with nature rather than against it.

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