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Visions for Water Justice

VISIONS FOR WATER JUSTICE By Dr. Sophia Borgias What would water justice look like in a region known for its history of injustice? This was a question I posed to more than two dozen individuals who have dedicated themselves to water issues in the Owens and Mono basins. These were residents, advocates, and protectors of Payahuunadü – “the land where

By |March 23rd, 2022|Uncategorized|

Thoughts on Pilgrimage

THOUGHTS ON PILGRIMAGE By Justine Epstein and Kate Bunney Humans have the capacity for generosity and destruction. What do we humans ideally want for ourselves, each other and our shared planet? How might generosity be encouraged and the capacity for destruction be acknowledged as part of our collective healing?  We are in the midst of an unprecedented moment of collapse

By |December 1st, 2021|Uncategorized|

News from Otepic Kenya Peace Project

NEWS FROM OTEPIC KENYA PEACE PROJECT By Philip Munyasia With a population of 53 million, 15 percent of Kenyans rely on unimproved water sources, such as ponds, shallow wells and rivers, while 41 percent of Kenyans lack access to basic sanitation solutions. These challenges are especially evident in rural areas and urban slums where people are often unable to connect

By |December 1st, 2021|Uncategorized|

Gifts for Wounded Waters

GIFTS FOR WOUNDED WATERS By Trebbe Johnson Lisa Chipkin loved the ocean—and for years she had been avoiding it. Although her California home was just a few miles from the Pacific coast, the ocean made her sad. She had stopped eating fish after she learned about the mercury and other contaminants they carried. She mourned the whales, fish, and sea

By |December 1st, 2021|Uncategorized|

Making Reflection …

MAKING REFLECTION ... By Emmett Brennan Six years ago I walked 200 miles through Payahuunadu (the Owens Valley, Eastern Sierras, California). I was participating in the second year of Walking Water. What a reverent group that was! Such a deep and shared care for water. I ended up learning a lot from them and that Valley. The story of Payahuunadu and

By |December 1st, 2021|Uncategorized|
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