A Culture of Trust

· Lyla June Johnston
A Culture of Trust
 
I. Civilization
 
Frequently, older, European-American gentlemen explain to me who my Native American ancestors were, how they lived, where they lived and when they lived. 
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Women's Earth and Climate Action Network invites you to march with Women for Climate Justice in DC

On January 21, 2017, the day after the U.S. presidential inauguration, hundreds of thousands of women will gather in Washington D.C. and around the world to stand up for our rights, our safety, our health, our families and our communities. Women mobilizing together is one of the most important and effective actions we can take at this time!

As Women for Climate Justice, we stand in deep solidarity with Indigenous Women and Women of Color organizing for this vital march.

 

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New Year's Moral Revival & Poor People's Campaign Teach-In

On New Year’s Eve 2016the Kairos Center partnered with Rev. William Barber, Repairers of the Breach, and others to hold a National Watch Night Service and Teach-In in Washington, D.C.  

When Standing Down is NOT an Option.  Watch the complete program.

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10 Indigenous and Environmental Struggles—And How You Can Help in 2017

Message from Standing Rock to the world:  In the year ahead, it is our hope that the energy and love we have received in our struggle against the Dakota Access pipeline can also be extended to other indigenous communities in their local battles. Here are ten struggles you could consider donating to, volunteering time for, or supporting in other ways.

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