Climate Circles: All We Can Save, Persist

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Session 6: Persist

Standing for justice, for health, for the sacred
We don’t have to do this alone

Book Section: Pages 187 - 230

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:

For more information about All We Can Save circles: LINK


Additional Activities:

Discussion Questions:

  1. What do you find to be critical fuel for persistence? Where/how do you get it?
  2. What content or insight in this section stoked fire in your belly?
  3. What values do we need to bring into or nourish in this work? What values do we need to release or root out? What values do we need to recover from older/ancestral ways of knowing?

Journal Prompt: What would you take on, if you knew you’d have the winds of persistence at your back?

Relevant TED Talks: The Standing Rock resistance and our fight for Indigenous rights by Tara Houska

and Why you should be a climate activist by Luisa Neubauer

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¿Preguntas? O si necesita adaptaciones especiales, háganoslo saber. Puede mandar un mensaje al or o llamar a su biblioteca local.

Este programa estará presentado en ingles.