Reflection July 2021 by Carol Rose There are many ways sacred land can be under fire. For many years Chich’il Bildagoteel, sacred land also known as Oak Flat, has been threatened with destruction by being hollowed out and collapsed by a copper mine. This season the threat of fire has also been literal. The first … Continue reading What prayer does when Oak Flat is under fire
We're celebrating the release of new educational resources from our Coalition! The first is a Land Acknowledgment Guide tailored for congregational use. The second is called "Stories of Repair: A Reparative Justice Resource toward Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery." You can order copies of these resources by clicking the cover images below, or by going … Continue reading Release of New Resources!
Español abajo For the Maya, the jungle is a sacred living being. The jungle shelters us, feeds us, heals us, and gives us tools and materials to build our homes and those of the animals. For us, the jungle is shelter. It is the skin and clothing of our Mother Earth. From our worldview, the … Continue reading Maya Struggles for Mother Earth: A guest post by Manuel May with Ka’ Kuxtal Much Meyaj