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October 2019

Southeastern Experiences Beyond Removal: Remembering, Forgetting & Mythologizing Louisiana’s Petite Nations

October 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Columbia College Faculty House, 64 Morningside Dr.
New York, NY 10027 United States
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Recommended by CEE Original Caretakers Program Director, Mindahi Bastida   University Seminar on Indigenous Studies (#771) Columbia University in the City of New York October 7, 2019. Speaker's Biography: Elizabeth Ellis Elizabeth Ellis is an assistant professor of History at New York University. She is also the director of NYU’s Native Studies Forum. Prior to joining the department at NYU, Liz was the Barra postdoctoral fellow and visiting assistant professor at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies at the…

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On Faith and Food Disparities with Rev. Heber Brown

October 8, 2019 at 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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The Climate Speakers Network and the Center for Earth Ethics are excited once again to launch a three-part webinar series addressing climate and environmental action in faith communities. The first webinar  in our series will take place on Tuesday, October 8, from 1-2 PM EDT, and will cover the connection of food and faith, focusing on ways to address food disparities in faith communities. As faith leaders feed the spiritual need of their communities, they must also supply guidance for their members physical needs. Click here to…

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Climate and Environmental Justice: The Challenges, The Solutions with Catherine Flowers

October 11, 2019 at 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
UCONN, Konover Auditorium
Storrs, CT
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OPEN Conversation with Mindahi Bastida Muñoz – Listening to Earth’s Original Caretakers

October 13, 2019 to October 14, 2019

St. Petersburg celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day by Reconnecting Human+Nature Mindahi Bastida Munoz, Director of the Original Caretakers Program at the Center for Earth Ethics, joins us for an OPEN Conversation about the wisdom of traditional Native philosophies, the Doctrine of Discovery, Indigenous People’s Rights, and what we can learn about sustainability from the people who embrace it as a way of life. Serving as a wisdom keeper and spiritual elder, Bastida Munoz shares stories to inspire, educate, heal and take responsibility…

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Americas Vision & History of Earth Spirituality: Intergenerational Trauma & Resistance

October 15, 2019 at 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Florida Gulf Coast University Cohen Center 247, 10501 Cohen Center, 11090 Fgcu Blvd N
Fort Myers, FL 33965
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Join the conversation! Mindahi Bastida Munoz, Director of the Original Caretakers Program at the Center for Earth Ethics, will be discussing Earth spirituality and its relation to inter-generational trauma and resistance. Learn about how we can protect sacred lands and help indigenous communities. "The purpose and meaning of life is interconnection and transcendence of all beings, including Mother Earth. As human beings, our presence on Earth is for the care of life." -Mindahi Bastida Munoz SPONSORED BY: Department of Integrated…

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November 2019

Geraldine Patrick at BPL’s Climate Series: ‘Parenting In the Age of Climate Change’

November 20, 2019 at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Brooklyn Public Library, 81 Devoe St
Brooklyn, New York
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CLIMATE WEDNESDAYS ENVIRONMENT LECTURES AND DISCUSSIONS Wed, Nov 20 2019    7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Brooklyn Central Library, Info Commons Lab How do we talk to our children about climate change? How do we incorporate climate activism into the busy routine of parenting? How can we process our emotions in order to effectively respond to this threat? This event will bring together leaders in the climate movement who are tackling these sorts of questions for an important and engaging discussion. They will…

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December 2019

MINGA INDIGENA: The alternative COP 25: Indigenous Peoples’ Summit

December 5, 2019 to December 11, 2019

CEE's Mindahi Bastida is preparing to attend the Minga Indigena and COP 25 in Madrid, Spain.  More information about CEE specific programming will be announced soon. The Minga serves to promote "traditional knowledge for the good of all humanity: indigenous solutions to climate change."  Please watch this brief video which highlights key agenda items.  Many thanks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rilv2gWWsdw&feature=emb_logo PreviousNext What is MINGA INDIGENA COP 25? Minga is the indigenous peoples’ alternative to COP 25. Indigenous leaders will share the situation in…

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Global Conversations Series – Climate Commitments Project

December 5, 2019 at 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
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January 2020

Karenna Gore to give Keynote at 2nd Annual Clinical Climate Change Conference

Jan 24
New York Academy of Medicine

CEE's Director Karenna Gore will give the Keynote Address at the 2nd annual Clinical Climate Change Conference at the NY Academy of Medicine.  Karenna joins esteemed panelists and speakers to address issues related to health as it is and will be impacted by the climate crisis. With the last year being the fourth warmest on record, it is critical that health care providers are prepared now to address the health effects of increased temperatures and extreme weather events. With the…

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February 2020

Holy Land Living Water

Feb 1 to Feb 7

The Center for Earth Ethics is grateful to be continuing to work with our friends at ECO-PEACE MIDDLE EAST following the inspired Sacred Rivers Interfaith ceremony at Union Theological Seminary and the Hudson River during Climate Week. The Center's Mindahi Bastida will join UNITY EARTH's international delegation for an historic pilgrimage in February 2020. Holy Land Living Water will be a 7 day journey of spirit and ecology that will include sacred site visits, music and ceremony, as well as…

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