CEE Update: Water, Women and Planting Seeds of Change
IN LOVING MEMORY
We at the Center for Earth Ethics and Union Theological Seminary were honored to know Grandmother Josephine and give thanks for her life and teaching.
Reciprocity, Responsibilities, Hope
It’s the same with our mother, the earth, and the water.
Marrying Indigenous Wisdom & Scientific Knowledge:
Reimagining the Human Place in Nature
A very special evening with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer in conversation with Geraldine Ann Patrick Encina, Scholar in Residence for Union’s Center for Earth Ethics and Union Theological Seminary faculty member John Thatamanil.
The Gathering of Indigenous Spiritual Elders of South America and the Abya Yala
CEE’s Original Caretakers Program Director, Mindahi Bastida, will travel to Colombia to participate in this sharing between indigenous thought leaders and tradition keepers of Central and South America.
The Gathering of Indigenous Spiritual Elders of South America and the Abya Yala, will be an expression of dialogue and reciprocity to heal Mother Earth for present and for future generations. It promises meaningful discussions, as well as the development of pragmatic action plans.
This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Earth Ethics, ICCS – International Center for Cultural Studies, and The Fountain.
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE / CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
Catherine Flowers to Testify for Congressional Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment
“The Clean Water State Revolving Fund: How Federal Infrastructure Investment Can Help Communities Modernize Water Infrastructure and Address Affordability Challenges”
LiveStream March 7th, 10 am EST
7:00 PM, Doors Open at 6:15 PM
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, GA
Annual Ministers Training May 30 – June 1
Application deadline is March 29, 2019. Applicants will be notified of decisions by April 30, 2019. Click here to submit an application.
You can support Grandmother Josephine’s vision
Women & Water Coming Together Symposium
August 4-8, 2019