Making Sanctuary: Is There a Solution for Climate Change? – SAND19 US

Video with

In this talk Bayo Akomolafe poses a jarring question: What if the ways we think about the climate crisis is the crisis? More to the point, what if the feverish quest for “solutions” (which characterizes climate justice movements today) is getting in the way of radical transformation? Introducing stories and myths from African tradition, Bayo extends an urgent invitation to notice climate change as the deconstruction of the human, and to approach demise and dying as abundant fields of surprise–a radical discontinuity. 

Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address

Video with ,

This video, filmed on location at the Onondaga Nation School in Onondaga Nation, focuses on the purpose and uses of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address.

On the Trauma Embedded
in our Response to Israel and Beyond

Article by

Trauma, I have come to learn, can be with a small "t" or a big one

#61 Roots Run Deep

Podcast with

An audio version of the Roots Run Deep event from Nov 3

Letter to the Children of Gaza

Article by

A letter from journalist Chris Hedges was shared with SAND via Dr

#58 On Extinction & Enchantment

Podcast with

A conversation at the end of the world with the acclaimed activist, poet, musician, and artist.

When the freedom of the earth is everyone’s business

Article by

A harrowing first hand account of environmental collapse in the heart of the Amazon

One Life, One Breath, One Mother

Article by

Peace and justice exceed borders, blossoming through radical kinship

Sacred Activism, Sacred Water

Article by

Like water itself, the protection of this vital resource takes many different forms


Sign up to receive emails with news and updates from SAND.
Your details are strictly confidential and never shared.

    Newsletter Signup

    Support SAND with a Donation

    Science and Nonduality is a nonprofit organization. Your donation goes directly towards the development of our vision and the growth of our community.
    Thank you for your support!