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SHIFT the Narrative 7/23/2020

Today was another excellent episode of the SHIFT the Narrative series. Christine Nobiss and S.A. Lawrence-Welch discussed issues surrounding voter engagement and what that means to People of the Global Majority. “This is another interactive episode where we want to … Continue reading

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SHIFT the Narrative with Dr. Damita Brown

Dr. Damita Brown, a community-based educator specializing in racial justice work who has been teaching leadership, anti-racism, and allyship workshops for over 12 years. We will be discussing the George Floyd uprisings and the essential role of Black leadership during … Continue reading

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SHIFT the Narrative Episode 4

This is the 4th episode of the excellent SHIFT the Narrative series, a project of Seeding Sovereignty. The biographies of Owl and Kali Reis are at the end of this. Kali “K.O” Mequinonoag Reis, Seaconke Wampanoag and Cherokee Nations & … Continue reading

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SHIFT the Narrative

I recently wrote about the concept of narrative shift and how that idea is being used by my friend Christine Nobiss and her colleagues involved with SHIFT – Seeding the Hill with Indigenous Freethinkers, a project of Seeding Sovereignty. The … Continue reading

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Narrative shift

We need to shift away from our capitalistic system to one that embraces indigenous ways of living. Not only to find answers to the dramatic failures of the current political and economic systems, but also to address the urgent need to deal … Continue reading

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SHIFT the Narrative

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed so many failures of our corporate capitalistic government and economic system. “The crisis began before the virus, and the crisis will continue beyond the vaccine” as Jason Livingston said. #CapitalismIsThePandemic. Click here for a story … Continue reading

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Episode One: SHIFT the Narrative

This is a continuation of yesterday’s post, What does solidarity look like? I hadn’t intended to write so much yesterday about how I came to join the ZOOM meeting of the first episode of SHIFT the Narrative. But as I … Continue reading

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‘A perpetual narrative’

I have tried, so many times, and in so many ways, to understand why people vote the way they do. As most people eventually do, I came to the conclusion that choices are not based on logic. For example, I … Continue reading

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SHIFT – Intergenerational Trauma

I’ve written about Seeding Sovereignty’ fascinating biweekly online interviews (https://kislingjeff.wordpress.com/?s=shift+narrative). I was especially looking forward to yesterday’s episode about intergenerational trauma which I found extremely informative. “Looking forward to” might not be quite right. I knew this would be a … Continue reading

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COVID-19, SHIFT and FCNL

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create havoc all over the world. Its significant stresses expose the cracks in our societies worldwide that have been growing for decades, centuries. Like cracks in glass that suddenly shatter with the faintest touch. Economies … Continue reading

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