Moving from the personal, to the communal, to the political, this webinar will explore the concept of ‘sacred activism’ and how to apply it to social and environmental justice work. Combining resistance with renewal, and structural critique with a celebration of life, sacred activism rejects the corporate message that we are greedy and aggressive by nature. It integrates politics, spirituality, and a deep-rooted sense of place into a holistic practice capable of bringing together indigenous peoples, traditional environmentalists, union organizers, New Age spiritualists, and ordinary citizens alike – as it did at Standing Rock, and as it continues to do in people’s movements around the world. Join our speakers, Alnoor Ladha from The Rules and Helena Norberg-Hodge from Local Futures, and bring your own questions as we delve into this exciting field.
April 19th at 8:00-9.30 pm US Eastern time (check the corresponding time for your time zone)