Apply Today for the Liberation on the Land Discussion Series

How do humans relate to the land and how does that reflect our understandings of the sacred? How do those relationships inform, and how are they informed by, systems of oppression and dreams of liberation? What knowledge, relationships, and experiences might direct us towards healing and liberation? Using the lens of food and food production to explore these questions, this five-session discussion series, led by UU minister and UUMFE board member Ariel Aaronson-Eves, will allow participants to root more deeply in their own foodsheds and watersheds while connecting and growing with individuals around the country.

This course will meet biweekly on Zoom, with additional discussion and sharing of resources in a group on CreateClimateJustice.Net. Some reading may be expected. Additionally, participants will be expected to be involved in growing food in some way, over the course of this program: this could be as simple as growing herbs on a counter top or as complex as running a farm. Although no one will be turned away for lack of funds, participants are invited to donate to UUMFE once participation in the program has been confirmed.

Participation is limited to 8 individuals who commit to all sessions (March 25, April 8 & 22, May 6 & 20 at 3-5pm PT / 6-8 ET). Apply here by March 12!





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