Widening the Circle: Building a Stronger Community April 11

Event Dates: 
Widening the Circle: Building a Stronger Community                   Sunday, April 11 at 2 pm
If you are looking for models of regeneration and resilience, community development, and stewards of precious food and food systems you will find amazing resources in our guests for this week’s Widening the Circle.
It is an honor and a pleasure to welcome Elena Terry and Venice Williams to this conversation.
Elena Terry is a member of the Hocak Nation of Wisconsin. She is the Executive Chef & Founder of Wild Bearies, an Indigenous education nonprofit.
Venice Williams is the Executive Director of Alice’s Garden and its visionary leader.
All are welcome.

With the goal of staying connected and building community, Echo Valley Hope is reviving "Widening the Circle" programs. No, not the concerts of the past. This time we are doing it on zoom and you are invited. Every Sunday we will be hosting a zoom call with people from a variety of disciplines who share in common respect of the earth and for her people and are who working to make things better.The calls will last 45 minutes. Each call will be taped and later shared on social media.  To join the zoom call, go to: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86996626149?pwd=T3l6R29yUk8zZ2VIdDFwNUh1c3VWdz09

Future conversations will focus on one of the following topics and the call and guest(s) will be announced on our facebook page early in the week: mutual aid, restoring natural economies, food sovereignty, war and peace, restorative justice, nonviolence, land sharing, Landback and Indigenous struggles, cooperatives, Queer and LGBT+, building right relationship, Black Lives Matter, immigration and ICE, storytelling, artists in action, gardens, seed saving, unhoused not homeless, and more… We will bring to you information from people who are actively engaged in creating new possibilities in these interrelated areas. Questions? Contact  dena.eakles@gmail.com  or see http://echovalleyhope.org/  or see https://www.facebook.com/EchoValleyHope