The Resurgence of Indigenous Knowledge

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Indigenous sciences, embedded and discussed through indigenous languages, have suffered great destruction. So many languages have gone extinct, and the ones that remain are not being supported. Lyla June discusses a tool for spurring the resurgence of ancestral epistemology and curriculum through indigenous-led universities.

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Tending Our Inner & Outer Landscapes
With Lyla June  •  Saturday, April 22, 2023 9–10:30am PDT
A live online conversation facilitated by Zaya & Maurizio Benazzo

Join Dr. Lyla June Johnston in this illuminating community conversation as she shares ways in which indigenous food systems of the past and present teach us how to relate to our inner and outer world. These highly successful systems have been proven to operate based on respect, reverence, responsibility, and reciprocity.

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#86 SAND’s New Film on Spirituality in the Face of Injustice

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Exploring the road past and present for universal liberation with "Where Olive Trees Weep"

From Palestine to the World (Excerpt)

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On the Global Struggle for Liberation We present the first 25 minutes of this important conversation from two living legends. This conversation is part of the release of the new documentary film Where Olive Trees Weep. The full version of the conversation

#85 In Our Bones

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Exploring the polycrises and her new book "The Story is in Our Bones"

Where Olive Trees Weep: Official Trailer

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No one is free until we are all free

Sermon for Gaza 

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This is a sermon Chris Hedges gave on Sunday April 28 read by Eunice Wong

#84 Grieving in Community

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A recording of a recent community gathering holding space for personal and communal grief.

Sacred Activism: SAND17 Panel Discussion

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Vera de Chalambert chairs a panel with four sacred activists.

Help the Diab Family Escape Genocide

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This family of six is seeking refuge in Egypt from the horrors of daily life in Gaza

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