CONNECT THE DOTS

Weave the complex challenges of peace, justice, and sustainability into a coherent vision of a world that works well for everyone. Take action to dismantle oppressive systems and become a peace opportunist!
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Seeing Systems discussion course has been integrated with Ecochallenge to help you discover new ways to make change more possible and powerful, both individually and together. Systems Ecochallenge will help your group stay connected in between session meetings, connect you to others, and expand your network to everyone around the world who is participating in the course.

Each category below is mapped to each session in your book, and contains actions for putting your knowledge into practice.

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  • April 7 at 9:41 AM
    Since I'm already paying attention to the news A LOT, I decided viewing it through a peace, justice, and sustainability lens would be helpful in keeping me grounded!
  • April 1 at 11:25 PM
    I am reading an NPQ article that pleads to apply a"racial justice lens" to the urgency of needs!https://nonprofitquarterly.org/covid-19-using-a-racial-justice-lens-now-to-transform-our-future/
  • March 17 at 10:18 PM
    To take some time for nature I doubled the effect by taking my granddaughter to a forest to look for wildlife (robin and woodpecker or sapsucker, squirrel), lichens, mosses, mushrooms, wildflowers (the trilliums were coming out), flowing water, new sprouts and, of course, towering trees, all in glorious bounty and diversity. J&P...