What would it take to mount a concerted move toward re-localization of food production and sovereignty among marginalized people of African descent as climate disruptions become the norm?
Towards the end of the event, Sara gifted the earthworm puppet and its canvas backdrops to another Diaspora Earthcare Coalition participant, to live on in its new home: The Green Community Garden Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Learn more in Sara's reflection blog post: Listening and Liberation: Lessons from Organizing with the Diaspora Earthcare Coalition
Sara Green, M.Div, is a Unitarian Universalist minister from New Orleans who understands her call to be a praxis of radical hospitality and embodiment in service of freedom and justice. In addition to creating liturgies, she works with improvisational movement, plant medicine and food to foster abundance within our communities. Sara currently she serves as Intern Minister at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, TN.
Sara is convener of the Diaspora Earthcare Coalition Land Circle