Tents of Witness: Genocide and Conflict is a multimedia, multicultural, multigenerational exhibit designed to educate people about genocide; explain the causes and consequences of genocide; present action steps to prevent it; and remember those in our own communities who have fled from these atrocities and whose families and communities have been destroyed.
Highly acclaimed author Kent Nerburn and Larry Long visited Wisdom Ways for an evening of songs, stories and music that expressed how their time with First Nations peoples has changed their hearts and transformed their lives.
Expanding the divine through science was at the heart of the Spring 2015 Hedgerow sessions. Through reflection, reading, writing, group discussion and ritual, participants joined Teilhard de Chardin in recognizing and reflecting on the mystic experience in their own lives. “…I have experienced it through contact with Earth,” says Teilhard, “the Divine radiating from the depths of a blazing Matter: This is what I shall try to disclose and communicate.”
Participants will engage these questions together and in collaboration with three local organizations committed to social and ecological justice and putting spiritual, ethical principles into practice. Come share stories and network with others seeking to align values and action.
Launched in 2013, Green Card Voices’ (GCV) mission is to share various stories of our nation’s 40 million immigrants and put a human face to the current immigration debate. Simply, GCV hopes to introduce immigrants to their neighbors.