Mending the Web of Life: Exploration to Move Us Toward Action

Date: Saturday, February 10, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: 170 Main Street, Greenfield, MA
Trainers: Rev. Sarah Pirtle and Emily Koester

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Class description

What happens for you when you feel the urgency and the import of this extraordinary moment on Earth? How do you feel called to contribute to social justice and ecological change? This workshop will begin with words to acknowledge the First Nations people of this region and the land we are on. The Work That Reconnects offers a paradigm shift that envisions many crucial actions and invites us to look at where and how we want to contribute. We recognize that we are rooted in caring for each other and the earth, and we steep ourselves in a decolonizing framework of changing oppressions. We will listen to our inner voices, hear each other deeply, and give each other support as we explore our own next steps.

Audience
General

Themes
Self-care, Earth Stewardship


Trainer

Sarah PirtleSarah Pirtle

Director of Common Threads at Traprock Center for Peace and Justice, peace educator, author, and Facilitator of The Work that Reconnects (WTR) created by Joanna Macy

Emily KoesterEmily Koester, M.Ed.
Mother, early childhood educator, long-time activist

 

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