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Azi Khalili:                 SAL Online Event Saturday, September 24

Mental Health Liberation for Everyone: Webinar    Sunday, October 2

Class, Climate & Collapse: Webinar            Sunday, October 23

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Sustaining All Life

A Project of RC

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Sustaining All Life & United to End Racism at the Global Climate March, New York City, USA • © Stan Eichner, 2019

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction 🐛
  2. Upcoming Events 🐝
  3. Resources for SAL Delegates 🐞
  4. Our Activities 🦋
  5. Past Events 🌻
  6. Language Liberation 🍄
  7. Social Media 🌷
  8. Donate 🌺
  9. T-Shirts 🌱

Introduction

It is possible to limit the effects of human-caused climate change and restore the environment—and some big changes are needed if this is to happen. These changes will require a massive movement, spanning the globe, of people of every background.

In Sustaining All Life (SAL), we believe that the barriers to building a sufficiently large and powerful movement include:

🌸 longstanding divisions (usually caused by oppression) between nations and between groups of people within nations,

🌸 widespread feelings that it’s too late and any actions will be ineffective,

🌸 denial of or failure to engage with the climate emergency, and

🌸difficulties in effectively addressing the connections between the environmental crisis and the failures of our economic system.

Sustaining All Life works to address these issues and others.

Upcoming Events

 

🗽  New York Climate Week  🗽

SEPTEMBER 19-25, 2022

JOIN US as SAL presents the following online events:

Both followed by a 1-hour optional listening circle

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🌍  COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt  🌍

NOVEMBER 6-13, 2022

Sustaining All Life/United to End Racism will attend COP27 (United Nations Climate Conference) in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt in November 2022.

Our delegation of forty will be in-person the first week.

One-third of the SAL delegation is African, the majority is Global Majority and Indigenous—representing parts of the world where the biggest impacts of climate change are already being felt: Africa, Latin America, and South and West Asia.

We will present the following events in-person the first week (local time in Egypt):

    • Emotional Burden of Oppression and the Climate Crisis
      Monday, November 7, 3:30 - 5:30 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Iliria Unzueta
    • War and Climate Justice
      Tuesday, November 8, 11 am - 1 pm,
      Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Nazish Riaz
    • Young People at the Forefront of the Climate Emergency, Tuesday, November 8, 3:30 - 5:30 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Rob Venderbos
    • Women and the Climate Crisis
      Wednesday, November 9, 11 am - 1 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Malinali Casteñeda Romero
    • Forum: The Impact of the Climate Crisis on Africa
      Thursday, November 10, 11 am - 1 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Janet Kabue
    • Staying Hopeful as We Face the Climate Crisis
      Thursday, November 10, 3:30 - 5:30 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Bafana Matsebula
    • No Human Enemies: A Strategy for Climate Justice Organizing
      Friday, November 11, 11 am - 1 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Azi Khalili
    • Healing the Trauma of the Climate Crisis
      Friday, November 11, 3:30 - 5:30 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Barbara Love
    • The Legacy of Colonization and Racism in AfricaSaturday, November 12, 11 am - 1 pm, Green Zone SAL booth. Led by Onii Nwangwu-Stevenson
    • Daily introduction to the tools of Sustaining All Life classes
    • Daily listening projects and listening circles

The second week SAL will present the following online events:

    • We Want to Live: Our Water, Art & Climate Justice Movements
    • Muslim Jewish Unity for Climate Change
    • and more... TBD

Introductory workshops offered upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

🐛 Resources for SAL/UER 2022 Delegation 🐞

 

Our Activities

SAL/UER at the COPs and climate action summits presents a series of daily workshops, forums, support groups, listening projects, introductory classes, caucuses, and more.

SAL workshop presenters share their perspective on key topics related to the climate emergency and how we have used the tools of Re-evaluation Counseling to free ourselves and others from emotional hurts that have interfered with our functioning. The workshops are interactive, giving participants the chance to share their experiences and be listened to awarely.

SAL forums provide opportunities for people impacted by climate change, activists, indigenous people, and others to speak to an assembled group with their story. Periodically the flow of speakers is paused to give the audience the opportunity to exchange listening with one another in pairs. Everyone appreciates the chance to tell their stories to an interested audience, as well as the chance to hear others' stories.

Past Events

Sustaining All Life / United to End Racism just wrapped up our events at London Climate Action Week.  Our big effort now is directed toward preparing for COP27.

Language Liberation

Most SAL/UER events are interpreted into one or more languages.

Social Media

Stay up-to-date about our events and activities here:

Feel free to share, like, and follow!

Donate

Donate to support our ongoing work to address the climate emergency.

In 2022, we are holding events at:

    • The UN Commission on the Status of Women (March)
    • Earth Week (April)
    • London Climate Action Week (June)
    • New York Climate Action Week (September)
    • COP27 in Egypt  (November)

 

 

You can also send a check for Sustaining All Life payable to the Re-evaluation Foundation:

Re-evaluation Foundation
19370 Firlands Way North
Shoreline, WA 98133

T-Shirts

NEW SAL t-shirt for COP26, printed front and back.

Order at rationalisland.com by searching for "SAL T-shirt"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAL/UER t-shirt for COP26 with this design on the back. More information here.

 


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