First Nation- Farmer Unity

First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity: The March and Beyond


Stories from the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

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The purpose of the March was to get to know each other so we could then work on common causes.



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What comes to matter then is the creation of the best possible story we can while we’re here; you, me, us, together. When we can do that and we take the time to share those stories with each other, we get bigger inside, we see each other, we recognize our kinship — we change the world one story at a time.

Richard Wagamese

We are our stories, stories that can be both prison and the crowbar to break open the door of that prison; we make stories to save ourselves or to trap ourselves or others, stories that lift us up or smash us against the stone wall of our own limits and fears. Liberation is always in part a storytelling process: breaking stories, breaking silences, making new stories.   

Rebecca Solnit, ‘Silence Is Broken’, in ‘The Mother of All Questions’

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