Quakers, Faith and First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

Quakers, social justice and revolution

This video is about some of the ways faith played a role during the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March, a 94 mile March along the route of the Dakota Access pipeline in central Iowa. The transcript of the video is shown below.


Faith and the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March


I’d like to share some of the ways we marchers were supported by my friends and Quaker faith community.Although I write from a Quaker faith perspective, I don’t intend to imply that Quakers are any more faithful than others. It’s just that is my faith community and experience. That community (Iowa Quakers) gets tired of hearing me saying we have to stop using fossil fuels, but that’s been one of my main areas of concern for most of my life. And Friends have worked find ways to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.

It became clear to me as I…

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