About Kate Bunney

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Kate Bunney has created 58 blog entries.

Water Book

WATER BOOK Walking Water has existed for 8 years as a pilgrimage, a project and a prayer that centers water as teacher, guide, and sacred source. During this time we have built relationships with peoples, lands and waters from across the world, born witness to places and stories of destruction

Weaving Earth

WEAVING EARTH: OUR FISCAL SPONSOR AND PARTNER In the summer of 2015, delegates from Weaving Earth Center for Relational Education (WE) joined friends and allies on the Walking Water (WW) pilgrimage, a 300 mile journey by foot from Miwok, Mono and Paiute territories in the eastern Sierra Nevada to Tongva

Walking Waterhoods

WALKING WATERHOODS By Dr. Elizabeth Dougherty It can be a revelation to discover that wherever you are at any time, in any location – you’re located in a watershed. But what does that mean and why should we care? Most of us think the term “watershed” as a description of

Interview with Ali Meders-Knight

INTERVIEW WITH ALI MEDERS-KNIGHT Can you share some of who you are and the work that you do? I’m a local Mechoopda Indian Tribal member, advocating for ecosystem health based on community land management. Importantly, I’m an activist who brings up historical knowledge of colonization and promotes decolonized education to

Covid 19 and Women in India

COVID 19 AND WOMEN IN INDIA By Pooja Bhati I met Sushila (changed name) while working on a corona relief campaign with the Tarun Bharat Sangh team in the village of Banjaro ki dhani. She is a beautiful 24yrs old woman from the Banjara tribe. She was 8months pregnant and

Go to Top