Don’t forget to ReMember: the historical connections between climate change and human violence Presented by: Sara Jolena Sequoia Wolcott, M.Div


You are cordially invited to a Workshop sponsored by Maryland United for Peace and Justice

Sunday June 10, 2018
2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Adelphi Friends
2303 Mezerott Road
Adelphi , Md 20783
https://adelphifriends.org/

Don’t forget to ReMember: the historical connections between climate change and human violence

Presented by: Sara Jolena Sequoia Wolcott, M.Div.

Connecting the disconnected through holistic histories
Perhaps one of the greatest challenges of our times is the silo-ization of the issues. Overwhelm and wheel-spinning become all-too common. Such segmentation and fragmentation of social justice issues is echoed in our deeper disconnections from place, community, and the work of peace-building. One critical way of breaking down these disconnections is through better – more accurate and holistic – histories. Join Sara Jolena in a ReMembering workshop, where she delves into the history of climate change as stemming from colonization, and in the process makes some critical connections for anyone concerned with deepening their mystical-peace-and-justice-building capacities.
Sara Jolena Sequoia Wolcott, M.Div, is a minister, healer, writer/artist and entrepreneur in service to the Divine Feminine. Deeply steeped in Quakerism, a mystical experience in her early 20s led her to seek to enable the beloved community amidst climate change.

This event is free and open to the public. Donations gratefully accepted to defray costs. Refreshments served.

For more information, contact Tony Langbehn, 301-390-9684, tonylang4peace@gmail.com or Paulette Hammond, 410-747-3811, phamm001@earthlink.net

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