REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT **VIRTUAL** We Are All Related Live Stream with author, Diane Wilson
September 24th, 2022.
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Registration is closed for this event.
We Are All Related Live Stream with author, Diane Wilson
Saturday from 2:00pm - 4:00pm: Cost: $20
Diane Wilson, author of The Seedkeeper, talks about social justice, food sovereignty, and equity in this powerful 2-hour live stream event. What does it mean to be a good relative to the Earth? To each other? How can we use our gifts to make a better world for our children? What do you love enough to protect? This Community of Communities Livestream event, created by Genesis in collaboration with retreat centers across the U.S., will include Diane's presentation, Q&A, group sharing and lots of ideas and takeways for living in harmony with Earth and others.
Watch Diane talk about her book and live stream presentation.
“Compelling . . . The Seed Keeper invokes the strength that women, land, and plants have shared with one another through the generations.” —ROBIN WALL KIMMERER
About Diane Wilson
Diane Wilsonis a Dakota author and educator whose new novel, The Seed Keeper, received the 2022 Minnesota Book Award for Fiction. She has also published a memoir, Spirit Car: Journey to a Dakota Past, that won a 2006 Minnesota Book Award and was selected for the 2012 One Minneapolis One Read program. Her nonfiction book, Beloved Child: A Dakota Way of Life, received the Barbara Sudler Award from History Colorado. Wilson’s middle-grade biography, Ella Cara Deloria: Dakota Language Protector, was an Honor selection for the 2022 American Indian Youth Literature Award. She is a co-author of a picture book—Where We Come From—to be released by Lerner Publishing in October 2022. She is the former Executive Director for Dream of Wild Health, a Native-led organic farm, and the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance, a national coalition of tribes working to reclaim food sovereignty. Wilson is enrolled on the Rosebud Reservation.
Do What I Can If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain: If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain, Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain. — Emily Dickinson