Where To Go?

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Where to go when the highway no longer leads to interesting places?

This talk is about what Bayo calls “ontofugitivity”: how things go astray, and how sedentary modern knowledges and expectations are being upset by the shocking performativity or fluidity of stability.

The talk is about the COVID-19 phenomenon, climate collapse, Yoruba indigenous contributions, the weird and modest politics of making sanctuary in light of the failures of neoliberalism and the dangers of progressivism, and the promise of descent. 

The invitation of this talk is the call to go fugitive, to cultivate a federation of fugitive sharings – not as a way to deepen our sense of control, and not with an eye for “alignment”, but because we are exhausted and cannot keep reinforcing the web of relations we succinctly call “the human”.

This talk is hosted by Victoria Santos.

#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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