Notes from Quaker study on Restoring Indigenous Community Economies

We have committed ourselves to study and action on issues that are relevant to us and relate to traditional Quaker Testimonies. We are delighted to have one of our regular attenders, Robert Miller lead a study session for us recently.  These are notes that he shared. Notes from Quaker Study on Treaty Relations “Restoring Indigenous Community Economies” [R.M. February 12, 2017] Two quotes for worship focus: “If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time.But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work ” – Lilla Watson, Australian Indigenous activist, academic and artist “… changing entrenched economic patterns needs to be borne forward on a great river of public concern and shared respectful vision. We pray for that river to rise in our land.” – Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Canada, 2000) WORSHIP CELEBRATING OUR ACTIONS:  What have we done, either individually or collectively, to engage in reconciliation in the past year? We read: Breathing Life into the Stone Fort Treaty by Aimée Craft – life changing Printed 6000 copies of “94 Calls to Action” in pamphlet form We Are All Treaty People Celebration Committee – planning an event this coming […]