BIPOC Intentional Community Council:Seekers/Founders Support w/Sogorea Te'

BIPOC Intentional Community Council:Seekers/Founders Support Call w/Sogorea Te'From the Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC):

The intentional community council for black, indigenous, and people of color, welcomes you to the first Seekers & Founders Call πŸ™‚

We are thrilled to bring you a speaker from Sogorea Te’ Land Trust - an urban Indigenous women-led land trust based in the Ohlone territory (San Francisco Bay Area), that facilitates the return of Indigenous land to Indigenous people.

The council's focus is intersectional and liberatory, weaving in as many perspectives and voices as possible. In our organizational work, we examine the many barriers that BIPOC folks face in sustaining intentional community, led by us, for us. We believe that we can support our communities by creating a new resource for the creation and sustenance of thriving BIPOC-led communities.

The council aims to serve the BIPOC-led communities, individuals and groups who are dreaming new communities into existence.
This is a space to meet others, learn how to find, start, build or join an intentional community. This is first of many to come.

Everyone is welcome to this event but please note that the Finders and Founders support call was created to incubate BIPOC and other disenfranchise groups' access to intentional community and to amplify their voices so we ask that all participants keep their comments and questions brief so that all who wish to be heard may do so.

This is a free event - donations to FIC's BIPOC fund are welcome.

East Bay Cohousing is not producing this event but we are sending good energy this way, encouraging our members who share the identity to participate, and acknowledging that all our communities are on unceded indigenous peoples' territory, and incorporating that consciousness is vital to our resilience.

RSVP here for a Zoom link on web and email.

  • April 18, 2021 at 11:00am – 2pm
  • Your home via Zoom
  • 56 people are going
  • BIPOC Intentional Community Council
Elli Nagai-Rothe Tavi Baker Faith Garlington Aleta Alston-Toure Zarinah Agnew

Will you come?