Democracy and Our Digital Selves
Aug
31
4:00 PM16:00

Democracy and Our Digital Selves

Join for a facilitated dialogue about our relationship to digital media, political activism and our community. This is an interactive discussion on the attention economy, the psychology of screen addiction and how this is being used to create divisive social culture.  This is a deep dive into the importance of employing our critical thinking skills in order to find ways to engage in a healthy way. Everyone will take home a resiliency tea blend and a guide on herbs and natural ways to heal overstimulation and overwhelm.

Cost: $45.00

Dedicated scholarships for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ community.

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Community Call-in: Storytelling to Regenerate
Sep
14
1:00 PM13:00

Community Call-in: Storytelling to Regenerate

On September 14, 2019, Our Climate Voices and Loam will be organizing Community Call-In: Storytelling to Reimagine & Regenerate in San Francisco at The Ruby SF  as part of a nationwide project to inspire creative climate storytelling and impactful climate action.

This immersive event will comprise an afternoon workshop on ethical storytelling guided by Kailea Frederick of Earth Is ‘Ohana and Aletta Brady of Our Climate Voices as well as an evening story share illuminating the work of urban geographer Teju Adisa-Farrar and photojournalist Michael Estrada of Brown Environmentalist.

In the face of staggering social injustice and climate chaos, cultivating resilience in ourselves and in our communities is a necessary skill. We hope that Community Call-In: Storytelling to Reimagine & Regenerate will connect you with the skills, in-person community, and stories to be an agent for change. 

Cost: $40.00

It is crucially important that anyone who wants to attend the workshop can so we are opening a sponsorship program to support a young person, or someone from a front line community attend the workshop.

Scholarships to this experience are available! Reach out to Kate at connect@loamlove.com to learn more.

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Reawakening Resilience
Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

Reawakening Resilience

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This special edition of “Reawakening Resilience” will co-hosted by and Kailea Frederick Ana Victoria Salcido-Cobbe. Designed as an introduction to the popular concept of resilience, this class is about building steps towards cultivating spiritual and social capacity during these challenging times. Together we will dive into the core tenets behind ‘resilience thinking’ in order to understand how we can nurture deeper strength within ourselves and for our communities.

This will be woven into a primer on ‘Herbalism for Lasting Resilience’ where participants will have an opportunity to build intentional relationships with nourishing plants and discuss how localized, community-based herbalism can act as a vehicle for social, economic, environmental, and personal revolution.

Herbal remedies & organic, farm-fresh vegetarian lunch included.

Cost: $40.00 - $55.00

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Earth Is `Ohana x Loam Magazine
Jun
6
to Jun 10

Earth Is `Ohana x Loam Magazine

Spirit Weavers Sun Session 2019 in collaboration with Loam Magazine

A Conversation On Collective Liberation

About: Inspired by Fannie Lou Hammer’s proclamation that “Nobody’s free until everybody’s free,” “A Conversation On Collective Liberation” aims to create a supportive space around the question, “What will it take for us to come together during these divisive times?” Participants will spend time exploring themes and concepts such as climate justice, holding nuance, solidarity, and understanding and aligning their frontlines.

Reawakening Resilience

About: “Reawakening Resilience” is an immersive workshop that will explore how we can cultivate spiritual and social resilience in the face of climate catastrophe. Together we will gather to nurture deeper resilience within ourselves and for our communities through a series of collaborative and creative experiences such as designing our own resilience banks. This class is a primer on spiritual ecology and sacred activism as well as an opportunity to cultivate practices, prayers, and interpersonal connections for building resilience.

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The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf: In Person
May
14
6:30 PM18:30

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf: In Person

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf is a bi-monthly book club for those who are passionately devoted to the earth. Together we will be reading the works of authors who are weaving together stories of spirit and nature and exploring through group dialogue and writing what makes us feel connected to the earth, ourselves and our communities. The first book we will be studying will be Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of The Earth.

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf will take place on the 2nd Tuesday of alternating months. Please be sure to bring a notebook and pen. 

2019 Dates:  March 12th, May 14th, July 9th, Sept 10th, November 12th 

This book club is free to the public & open to drop ins.

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The Spiritual Ecology Book Club: Online
May
13
6:30 PM18:30

The Spiritual Ecology Book Club: Online

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf is a bi-monthly book club for those who are passionately devoted to the earth. Together we will be reading the works of authors who are weaving together stories of spirit and nature and exploring through group dialogue and writing what makes us feel connected to the earth, ourselves and our communities. The first book we will be studying will be Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of The Earth.

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf- Online will take place on the 2nd Monday of alternating months. Please be sure to bring a notebook and pen. 

2019 Dates:  March 11, May 13th, July 8th, Sept 9th, November 11th 

This book club is free to the public & open to drop ins. Group calls take place on zoom and RSVP’s ahead of time aregreatly appreciated!

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A Conversation on Collective Liberation
Apr
20
11:00 AM11:00

A Conversation on Collective Liberation

"Nobody’s free until everybody’s free."

Fannie Lou Hamer 

Guided by Kailea Frederick and Loam Creative Director Kate Weiner, “A Conversation On Collective Liberation” seeks to create a supportive space for us to explore what it will take for us to come together during these divisive times.

Through open-hearted dialogue, creative journaling exercises, and embodied experiences, participants will be invited to reflect on how we can show up in solidarity for and with each other. Our intention is to offer you tangible tools for deeper engagement with collective liberation, inspire a sense of empowerment and place, and connect you to creative strategies for working with traditional and new media within the currrent climate justice movement. 

Participants will receive details on location after registration.

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Earth My Body
Feb
19
12:30 AM00:30

Earth My Body

In collaboration with Marissa Correia of Cyclical Body

About: “Earth My Body” will be a short class available for download through the Cyclical Body Membership. This recording will cover themes on rematriation, simple practices on consent and prompts for reflection and writing on what it means to inhabit the earth’s body as our own.

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