We Are the Soil That Walks

We Are the Soil That Walks

We Are the Soil That Walks In the lead up to COP26, the climate conference held in Glasgow in 2021, we were invited to submit an article for The Blue Dot, a publication that is presented in conjunction with the conference.  The theme for the article is – “What is...

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2021 Year in Review

2021 Year in Review

HOW TO BE A GOOD ANCESTOR I have struggled writing this ‘year in review/preview of what’s to come’. There are few among us who have not experienced tremendous loss, unexpected changes in our lives or those we hold most dear, or the sadness that comes with all that...

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Recommended Reads: The Time of the Black Jaguar by Arkan Lushwala

Recommended Reads: The Time of the Black Jaguar by Arkan Lushwala

Welcome to Recommended Reads, Sacred Fire Foundation’s monthly book recommendation series.  By Kim Langbecker, Executive Director  Once a month, we’ll feature a book that has made a profound impact on our work.  Today, I am delighted to share an excerpt from The Time...

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In Solidarity

  IN SOLIDARITY. In one of the hundreds of treasured conversations I’ve been blessed to have with Pauline Tangiora, the subject of us all being “one people” came up. I don’t remember the context or who shared that very common vision, but Pauline, in her gentle...

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Seeds of Wisdom – Pauline Tangiora (English)

In response to the urgent calling we are all feeling during this challenging and transformative time, and in solidarity with our Sacred Fire Foundation community and the many Elders we have had the privilege to work alongside, we are grateful to be able to share...

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What is “Indigenous”?

What is “Indigenous”?

From recent opinion pieces in The Hill on the importance of listening to the wisdom and worldview of Native and Aboriginal Elders to protect our planet, to stories about the connection between Indigenous knowledge, the protection of biodiversity and the prevention of...

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