Spring 2020

In this issue: 

Indigenous Responses to COVID-19,
Updates from our Repair Partner: Suriname Indigenous Health Fund,
We're creating a board game,
Oak Flats update by Carol Rose,
Ways to STILL get involved in the Dismantling Coalition,
Readings from DDoD Coalition members,

Call for Submissions

The Arts and Education Committee of the Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery Coalition is assembling a new resource on the topic of reparations and repair. It will contain biblical and theological reflections as well as stories about how people have practiced reparative justice on the ground. Our intended audience is Anabaptist congregations, but our past resources (see here) have been … Continue reading Call for Submissions

Reflections on the Potawatomi Trail of Death Pilgrimage

Ric Hudgens is a pastor, professor, and poet who lives in the Great Lakes region of Turtle Island, the ancestral home of the Potawatomi. He serves as co-pastor of North Suburban Mennonite in Libertyville, Illinois. The great Catholic theologian John S. Dunne began one of his books with the question “What kind of story are … Continue reading Reflections on the Potawatomi Trail of Death Pilgrimage