New posts on LANDBACK Friends

I’ve been writing new blog posts on LANDBACK Friends (LANDBackFriends.com) because those are the issues I’m learning and writing about now. Here is a list of the posts from July to present on LANDBACK Friends:

July1Replanning Human Life – LANDBACK FriendsReplanning Human Life – LANDBACK Friends
 1Prefab Communities – LANDBACK FriendsPrefab Communities – LANDBACK Friends
 3Support the BIPOC struggle in Iowa – LANDBACK FriendsSupport the BIPOC struggle in Iowa – LANDBACK Friends
 4July 4 Nexus – LANDBACK FriendsJuly 4 Nexus – LANDBACK Friends
 5  National holidays, Indigenous leadership and buried children – LANDBACK Friends  National holidays, Indigenous leadership and buried children – LANDBACK Friends  
 6Four Indigenous Climbers Arrested “LANDBACK” – LANDBACK FriendsFour Indigenous Climbers Arrested “LANDBACK” – LANDBACK Friends
 7The quiet became unbearable – LANDBACK FriendsThe quiet became unbearable – LANDBACK Friends
 8Tensions between Native peoples and Christian religions – LANDBACK FriendsTensions between Native peoples and Christian religions – LANDBACK Friends
 8Iowa Prairie Conference – LANDBACK FriendsIowa Prairie Conference – LANDBACK Friends
 9Caught in a trap – LANDBACK FriendsCaught in a trap – LANDBACK Friends
 11Conflict Resolution 1 – LANDBACK FriendsConflict Resolution 1 – LANDBACK Friends
 12Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings 2 – LANDBACK FriendsConflict Resolution for Holy Beings 2 – LANDBACK Friends
 13Intertwined threads – LANDBACK FriendsIntertwined threads – LANDBACK Friends
 14Indigenous children stolen to open the West – LANDBACK FriendsIndigenous children stolen to open the West – LANDBACK Friends
 14The return of children from Carlisle boarding school – LANDBACK FriendsThe return of children from Carlisle boarding school – LANDBACK Friends
 15Repatriation of Rosebud Sioux Tribe Children at Carlisle Indian Industrial School – LANDBACK FriendsRepatriation of Rosebud Sioux Tribe Children at Carlisle Indian Industrial School – LANDBACK Friends
 15Carlisle Indian School images – LANDBACK FriendsCarlisle Indian School | CCHS | The Cumberland County Historical Society’s Carlisle Indian School Collection
 169 Children of the Sicangu Oyate traveling home to Lakota Makoce – LANDBACK Friends9 Children of the Sicangu Oyate traveling home to Lakota Makoce – LANDBACK Friends
 16Prayers offered in Sioux City as remains of Native children return to their native lands – LANDBACK FriendsPrayers offered in Sioux City as remains of Native children return to their native lands – LANDBACK Friends
 21From Apology to Action – LANDBACK Friends  (Web view)From Apology to Action – LANDBACK Friends
 23Resist – LANDBACK FriendsResist – LANDBACK Friends
 25umair haque – LANDBACK Friends  (Web view)umair haque – LANDBACK Friends
 25We’re Losing the Battle for the Future – LANDBACK FriendsWe’re Losing the Battle for the Future – LANDBACK Friends
 26Water protectors and state sanctioned violence – LANDBACK FriendsWater protectors and state sanctioned violence – LANDBACK Friends
 27We’re Losing the Battle for the Future continued – LANDBACK FriendsWe’re Losing the Battle for the Future continued – LANDBACK Friends
 28What kind of ancestor do you want to be? – LANDBACK FriendsWhat kind of ancestor do you want to be? – LANDBACK Friends
 29LANDBACK Movement – LANDBACK FriendsLANDBACK Movement – LANDBACK Friends
 30Becoming the ancestor you want to be – LANDBACK FriendsBecoming the ancestor you want to be – LANDBACK Friends
 31Eviction – LANDBACK FriendsEviction – LANDBACK Friends
 31Mutual Aid Case study 1 – LANDBACK FriendsMutual Aid Case study 1 – LANDBACK Friends
 31Students advocate for those who are houseless – LANDBACK FriendsStudents advocate for those who are houseless – LANDBACK Friends
August1Line 3 pipeline – LANDBACK Friendshttps://landbackfriends.com/2021/08/01/line-3-pipeline/
 3Corrosive of the human spirit – LANDBACK FriendsCorrosive of the human spirit – LANDBACK Friends
 6The eyes of the future are looking back at us – LANDBACK FriendsThe eyes of the future are looking back at us – LANDBACK Friends
 10Meeting for worship with attention to photography – LANDBACK FriendsMeeting for worship with attention to photography – LANDBACK Friends
 14Water walkers – LANDBACK FriendsWater walkers – LANDBACK Friends
 15Two difficult truths – LANDBACK FriendsTwo difficult truths – LANDBACK Friends
 18We will all become climate refugees – LANDBACK FriendsWe will all become climate refugees – LANDBACK Friends
 20Do we feel the tipping point first in our souls  (Web view)Do we feel the tipping point first in our souls? – LANDBACK Friends
 21Ku Stevens’ Remembrance Run – LANDBACK Friends  (Web view)Ku Stevens’ Remembrance Run – LANDBACK Friends
 22Native American Boarding School Violence and Whitewashed History – LANDBACK   (Web view)Native American Boarding School Violence and Whitewashed History – LANDBACK Friends
 23even Quakers if you can believe that – LANDBACK Friendseven Quakers if you can believe that – LANDBACK Friends
 25Treaties Not Tar Sands – LANDBACK FriendsTreaties Not Tar Sands – LANDBACK Friends
 26State of Intimidation – LANDBACK FriendsState of Intimidation – LANDBACK Friends
 27May these steps be steps of prayer – LANDBACK FriendsMay these steps be steps of prayer – LANDBACK Friends
 29It’s decolonization or extinction. And that starts with land back. – LANDBACK FriendsIt’s decolonization or extinction. And that starts with land back. – LANDBACK Friends
 30Teachable moment – LANDBACK Friends  (Web view)Teachable moment – LANDBACK Friends
 31Abolition and racial capitalism – LANDBACK FriendsAbolition and racial capitalism – LANDBACK Friends
September1Indigenous led Green New Deal – LANDBACK FriendsIndigenous led Green New Deal – LANDBACK Friends
 2Cannot depend on traditional power sources – LANDBACK FriendsCannot depend on traditional power sources – LANDBACK Friends
 3Mutual Aid and Hurricane Ida – LANDBACK FriendsMutual Aid and Hurricane Ida – LANDBACK Friends
 5Militarism and LANDBACK – LANDBACK FriendsMilitarism and LANDBACK – LANDBACK Friends
 620 Years of Endless War Special Silent Reflection –   (Web view)20 Years of Endless War: Special Silent Reflection – LANDBACK Friends
 8First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March Anniversary – LANDBACK FriendsFirst Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March Anniversary – LANDBACK Friends
 9Prairie Awakening/Prairie Awoke 2021 – LANDBACK FriendsPrairie Awakening/Prairie Awoke 2021 – LANDBACK Friends  (Web view)
 9Civilian Climate Corps – LANDBACK FriendsCivilian Climate Corps – LANDBACK Friends
 10Civilian Climate Corps and Mutual Aid – LANDBACK FriendsCivilian Climate Corps and Mutual Aid – LANDBACK Friends
 14What You Get into Will Change You – LANDBACK FriendsWhat You Get into Will Change You – LANDBACK Friends
 15Unban Anti-racism Education in Iowa – LANDBACK Friends  (Web view)Unban Anti-racism Education in Iowa – LANDBACK Friends
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12 Responses to New posts on LANDBACK Friends

  1. You may be interested in ShiraDest’s long-term strategy involving land donations, over 70 year time frame. That blog series is on her Wondering Wednesdays at shiradest.wordpress.com

  2. ShiraDest says:

    Thank you for this list: is it worked into a longer term plan?
    Stay safe,
    Shira

    • Jeff Kisling says:

      I wrote on Quakers, social justice and revolution for about 6 years. Then when native friends told me the best way to support them would be to learn and write about #LANKBACK, I created the new WordPress site, LANDBACK Friends several months ago, which is where my new posts appear. The list is to let those who follow Quakers, social justice and revolution know LANDBACK Friends is where new post can be found. The Friends of LANDBACK Friends is a loose connection to Quakers, of which I am.

      • ShiraDest says:

        Ah, ok, I shall search for that new blog as well, then. I’ve been told by a Quaker friend (in England) that she considered me to be a Quaker, for having stood with them for several years at the local Stop War vigil. Now, as I look to move to a more sustainable part of my own country, the US, I think that the most sustainable community for me may well be the Friends Society, whom I have long admired for what I considered to be a generational debt in my family. A Quaker purchased my 5xs gr grandfather as a young boy of about 7 yr old, and freed him at the age of 25 in the NW territory, which became Ohio. Since then, I’ve studied the Quaker ideals on and off, but as a, now I must admit it, an atheist, I felt no home in any religious community. Now that there seem to be deist Friends, I am wondering if perhaps I could find space in your community.

        Best regards, and back to editing Baby Acres/Floors for my Wondering Wednesday series,
        Shira

      • Jeff Kisling says:

        That’s a very interesting story. If you’d be interested sometime, my small rural Quaker meeting often meets via Zoom Sunday mornings. Or you might find something nearer to you here: https://www.fgcquaker.org/connect/quaker-finder

      • ShiraDest says:

        Yes, thank you. I’m looking for a small rural town to move to, as long as I can find a room in a smoke-free home within walking or cycling (safely, as I am not a good cyclist) distance to the grocery store and the library! 🙂 I was thinking NY state, but I’m open to other blue states! 🙂
        In any case, I’ll be very glad to make your acquaintance via Zoom, and to meet the other Friends in your Meeting, many many thanks!

        Wrt fgcQuaker, it looks familiar, as I’ve been searching Quaker meetings a bit for a while, on and off, but I’ll give it another go, as well. I live, currently, in San Diego, CA, but intend to leave, as this state is not sustainable (I had assumed that desalination was easier than it is, apparently, and had no idea the extent of the issues with the Water Board…), and the few Intentional Communities for which I came out here are not what I had hoped to find.

      • Jeff Kisling says:

        More interesting story, thanks. My email address is jakislin@outlook.com if you’d like me to send Zoom link for Quaker meeting sometime.

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