Shalom as a Decolonizing Worldview will be facilitated by Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley and co-hosted by DC Unity and Justice Fellowship.
Join us in this two-hour interactive workshop where we will:
- Define Shalom from an indigenous perspective
- Contrast this worldview from a Western perspective
- Decolonize your own perspective
- Describe how to be an ally
There will be a time of learning and significant time for Q&A, so come with an open mind and ready with questions! Little Lights is proud to co-sponsor this event.
Suggested Donation: $15
Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley, PhD is an farmer, activist/scholar, distinguished speaker, teacher and wisdom keeper who addresses a variety of issues concerning American culture, faith/spirituality, justice, race/diversity, regenerative farming, our relationship with the earth and Indigenous realities. His expertise has been sought in national venues such as Time Magazine, The Huffington Post and Christianity Today. Dr. Woodley currently serves as Distinguished Professor of Faith and Culture at Seminary. Randy was raised near Detroit, Michigan and is a Cherokee descendent recognized by the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. Randy co-hosts the Peacing it all Together podcast with Bo Sanders. Dr. Woodley and his wife are co-sustainers of Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice and Eloheh Farm & Seeds, a regenerative teaching center and farm in Yamhill, Oregon. The Woodleys have been innovators and activists for over three decades. They have four grown children and six grandchildren.
Register for the workshop here.