Program Type:Books, Literature, & Writing, English, Environment & Sustainability, Library & Community, Virtual
Session 8: Nourish
Soil, food, water, sky—inseparable.
The foundations of our aliveness
Book Section: Pages 287 - 321
Check out the book from your local library: LINK
About the Book Club!
Join us to discuss climate change along with the book All We Can Save, edited by Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Dr. Katherine K. Wilkerson.
This book club is divided into 10 sessions with each session covering a different section of the book. We will learn from each other and regional leaders about how to address the climate crisis together and as individuals.
Reading each book section is encouraged, however not required.
All ages are welcome to participate and you are encouraged to join the conversation together as a family.
Learn more: sonomalibrary.org/climate-circles
For more information about All We Can Save circles: LINK
- Of the many “re-” words in Louise Maher-Johnson’s poem (Ayana’s mom!), is there one that reflects how you connect with Earth’s living systems? Why?
- Which solution in this section captured your attention or imagination?
- Where are you catching glimpses of a regenerative future, today?
Journal Prompt: How would you define “climate victory”?
Relevant TED Talks: Why lakes and rivers should have the same rights as humans by Kelsey Leonard
and Indigenous knowledge meets science to take on climate change by Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim
Advance Registration Required - Virtual
Advance registration is required. Registered participants will receive the Zoom invite one hour prior to the scheduled event.
Questions? Or if you need special accommodations, please let us know. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call your local library!