A webinar with tom kunesh, David Raymond, and Nia To Go There
Recent webinars on Land Acknowledgement (availablehere) highlighted and underscored the significance of understanding that the land on which we live, work, and worship is land to which its original inhabitants belonged and from whom it was stolen. We emphasized that acknowledging this systemic land theft was only a first step in healing the injuries a pervasive settler-colonist culture inflicted on the Indigenous peoples.
This webinar extends our conversation from Land Acknowledgement to Land Reparation. Our Indigenous colleagues wisely counseled that reparation is a journey of the heart. We are now at the crossroads of an incredible opportunity to shift our consciousness from "we-them" to "we-us." It requires relationships, collaboration, ongoing dialogue, and the recognition that it is primarily an inward journey of deep reflection and learning from each other.
The next in our series of seeking right relationship with Indigenous peoples offers an opportunity:
for Friends to get to know one another in exploring what right relationship calls forth from their hearts as we discuss Land Reparations;
for facilitated self-and group reflection and discernment, and;
or interaction with a panel of Indigenous people committed to ongoing dialogue in rebuilding a culture of interdependence with peoples, the Earth, and its creatures.
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