Get involved with the Angeles Chapter this Earth Day

  • Posted on 29 March 2021
  • By Kim Orbe - Conservation Program Manager
This year's Earth Day is unlike many others. We can't gather together to celebrate and honor Earth as we like to each year on April 22nd. Our sacred lands are a gift, and it is our responsibility to protect them and ensure their enjoyment by all. I also want to remind readers to treat each day as indigenous people's day. Advocating for conservation means uplifting their voices, knowledge, and wisdom. All flourishing is mutual, and iIt's human perception that makes the world a gift. To mend our bond with Earth, we must rectify our oppressive and destructive colonial past. So, as we celebrate, let's also take part in collective transformative change as if our lives depend on it. I send you all love, groundedness, and healing. Tell us how you’re celebrating Earth Day?
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