11 Days of Global Unity Interdependence
Carole Hart and Grandmother Agnes will converse about the profound interconnections of all life with the Commons that we share on Mother Earth. Sacred lands and indigenous wisdom are endanged by unsustainable industrial growth and development. They will share the importance of making a shift toward WE consciousness for a sustainable future and talk about their involvement in the Global Declaration of Interdependence.
Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim
We grandmothers have come from far and wide to speak the knowledge we hold inside. In many languages we have been told it is time to make the right changes for our families, for the lands we love. We can be the voice for the voiceless. We are at the threshold. We are going to see change. If we can create the vision in our heart, it will spread. As bringers of light, we have no choice but to join together. As women of wisdom we cannot be divided. When the condor meets the eagle—thunderbirds come home. The oldest living member of her tribe, the Takelma Indians, originally from Southern Oregon. Agnes is a world renowned spiritual leader, member of the Historic Society and keeper of the Sacred Salmon Ceremony.