Heeding the Ancestors, Healing the Earth

We remember the first Thanksgiving as an iconic story of native peoples and pilgrims coming together in peace. But that peace held only for a brief moment. Today, the water protectors at Standing Rock, North Dakota, summon us to protect sacred land and water for future generations—and to right the wrongs done to indigenous peoples in North America. To do so, we need to better understand the role our Puritan forbearers played in the legacies that haunt our national conscience still and heed the ancestral voices that cry out for healing for the earth and “all our relations.”

27 Nov 2016
Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker