Strengthening Relational Tissue Within and Between Movements
We are at a decisive moment in human history. Unbridled greed and consumption of the earth’s natural resources, fueled by conquest and interlocking systems of oppression have contributed to cascading social, economic and environmental crises. Without sustainable and regenerative alternatives to the global order, we are headed for civilizational collapse.
While this moment requires urgent action, it also calls for deep reflection and new ways of living and being together.
A truly regenerative transformation requires we develop new ways of being in relationship with each other. While we believe we need mass political and legislative change, we also need to build regenerative cultures.
Dominant cultural practices of exploitation, extractivisin, human supremacy and separation from earth and nature have shaped our minds, bodies, institutions and social practices. Without consciously crafting new cultures, we are likely to continue to reproduce these systems within our political movements, even in the name of justice.
The invitation to join us in building regenerative cultures is an invitation to co-create the world in which we want to live.