Akimel O’Otham and Hopi- and a UU from the Spokane, Washington area, serves as a Community Supported Organizer with Backbone Campaign. His primary objective is to strategically introduce fresh paradigms to dismantle antiquated systems of oppression. Johns utilizes a diverse array of creative strategies to foster political transformation in the fight against the impending climate collapse and the destruction of our planet’s health. These encompass organizing in frontline demonstrations and orchestrating comprehensive campaigns, including the production of digital content, all designed to communicate messages to humanity in inventive and dynamic ways. Through his endeavors, Johns endeavors to reawaken forgotten truths within the collective consciousness of humankind, forging a path towards a sustainable and flourishing future that we can collectively embrace.
More details on Jacob’s background, activities and offerings are here.
Brother Moji Agha.
Brother Moji Agha (a Sufi “monk” or dervish–with a vow of service and poverty) has a four-decades-long professional, clinical, and academic background in psychology, cultural (and ecological) studies and conflict understanding and healing. His peace, justice, human rights, democracy, interfaith dialogue, and Mother Earth activism has been endorsed by many legendary figures, such as Prof. Noam Chomsky. Brother Moji offers his currently unfolding Peace and Truth Heals (PATH) initiative, which is an educational speaking tour (commencing in 2024) hosted mainly by Unitarian Universalist or UU congregations in the Western U.S. and Canada. In the talk / Q & A presentations of this peace-building journey brother Moji will cover these three topics: Iranian Nonviolence, Native/American Truth and Reconciliation (NATR), and Intersectional Circles.
More details on brother Moji’s background, activities and offerings are here.