Chief Perry and stalwart volunteers and allies have stood and given a press conference on the steps of NY City Hall, welcomed Peace Walkers from as far as Japan to their Prayer Camp with traditional ceremony, and rallied in Solidarity with Standing Rock and Native Nations Rise. And that was just this week.More ...
9 ACTION ITEMS FOR YOUR WORLD:
#1 LEAD ON CLIMATE
#2 STAND ON THE FRONTLINES
#3 SUPPORT YOUTH MOVEMENTS
#4 CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVES
#5 DEPOLARIZE THE ISSUES
#6 DIVEST FROM FOSSIL FUELS
#7 RESIST FOSSIL FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE
#8 KNOW YOUR COMMUNITY RIGHTS
#9 DEMAND EXTERNALITIES BE COUNTED
II. Faith and Sustainability
Trust. A brave state of mind. A daring emotion akin to faith. A ludicrous concept in the age of cutthroat politics and anonymous crime. And yet, somehow, I wish to lead a life of trust in my neighbor, trust in my body, trust in the body of the Earth, and, most importantly, trust in the perfection of the Creator. I hold to the blazing torch of faith, even in the most mistrustful places—especially in the most mistrustful places. I seek to live and walk as if Creator and Creation will always catch me when I fall.
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.