Indigenous traditions hold important knowledge for the challenge posed by our ecological crisis.
Our Original Caretakers Program supports the work of faith-keepers in Native American communities and seeks their guidance for our own educational programs and materials. It is an important part of the CEE’s work to insure that Native voices are heard in interfaith dialogue, especially around matters of ecology.
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Fellow Lyla June Johnston’s reflections and analysis of pervasive colonialism and its impacts upon the colonized Read more
Brothers and sisters peace and all good These next few weeks we are going to start hearing a great deal of chatter about how we have cut spending, how we cannot afford programs like Meals on Wheels, how there is not enough money to protect the environment. They will be…