Sept. 23, Rivers Run Through Us – Lumbee River Paddle, 9 am – 5 pm, Lumber River SP
We invite you to “Rivers Run Through Us”, a cooperative effort of the Lumbee Elders Circle, Winyah Rivers, and Center for Community Action to strengthen knowledge about our rivers. Participants are invited to enjoy a Lumbee River canoe paddle and connect with community through ceremony, storytelling and a recommitment to protect the Lumbee River and all Rivers for current and future generations. Enjoy food, fun and fellowship on and off the river as we learn and celebrate the importance of our rivers to our communities and our quality of life.
The event is the first biannual Luce Lecture. Part of the Kenan Institute’s programmatic focus “Ethics & Environmental Policy,” it launches the Anthropocene Project, led by Norman Wirzba, a Senior Fellow at Kenan and Professor of Theology, Ecology, and Agrarian Studies, and Jedediah Purdy, the Robinson O. Everett Professor of Law. No RSVP required. EXCITED about this one!!! Will be great to have Bill back in the Triangle!
Oct 9, Sarah Van Gelder, Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 4907 Garrett Road, Durham, 7-9 pm
YES! Magazine co-Founder and columnist, will be speak about her experiences with people and grassroots groups working to make a difference in their communities for climate, environmental, economic, and racial justice. Recounted from her latest book, “The Revolution Where You Are: Stories From a 12,000 Mile Journey Across a New America”. More info here.