Introduction to Land Justice: Private Property & Healing the Harms of Colonization; Sarah Bradley, Co-Founder, Nuns & Nones Land Justice ProjectJoin us on Thursday, August 17, 7:00 p.m. ET/4:00 p.m. PT, as community organizer Sarah Bradley of the Nuns and Nones Land Justice Project for a presentation entitled “Introduction to Land Justice: Private Property & Healing the Harms of Colonization.”

Learn with us about land justice and the role that landowners, especially white, Christian landowners, can play in healing the harms of colonization and the Doctrine of Discovery. Nuns and Nones defines land justice as the practice of centering ecological healing and racial repair in decisions about how land is used, loved, and governed by people.

Sarah Bradley is a community organizer, popular educator, and renegade monk. She’s a co-founder of the Nuns & Nones Land Justice Project, a collaboration with religious landowners and movement partners to create land transitions rooted in racial & ecological healing. She is also a founding member of the experimental community that grew out of Nuns & Nones, an intergenerational, interspiritual community dedicated to contemplation, care, and courageous action in service of life and liberation. Sarah grew up in Ute, Goshute, and Eastern Shoshone territory in Salt Lake City, UT and currently lives on Tewa land in Albuquerque, New Mexico.