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In MLK’s words a Beloved Community is “a community in which everyone is cared for, absent of poverty, hunger, and hate.”
This ideal represents what the Indigenous People know as the “Original Instruction” for being humane, living in unity, in love and peace. His words inspire generations, yet our actions do not yet reflect his vision.
Participant Discussion on why we are not listening and actualizing MLK’s statement:
“When I speak of love I am not speaking of some sentimental and weak response. I am speaking of that force which all of the great religions have seen as the supreme unifying principle of life. Love is somehow the key that unlocks the door which leads to ultimate reality.”
Participants will share their part of manifesting this vision in concrete realistic and practical co-creative solutions, beyond the inspirational and motivating talk over the years, since his passing.
Be prepared to voice and describe how to eliminate the obstacles to the oppression of People of Color; and, include identifying the Root Cause of the lack of love within and among all people.
Presenter: Patricia Anne Davis
Patricia Anne Davis is an Indigenous elder of Choctaw and Dine’ Navajo lineage.
Currently, she is a Trustee at The Center of American Studies at Concord. She is on the International Council of First Nations: Commissioner of Ancient Knowledge and Languages as a Speaker/Member. She is also an NGO Representative of the World Yoga Community to the United Nations.
She is an International Educator who is initiated, trained, and experienced in facilitating her authentic “Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process’ she designed for Wellness Restoration. It is Cross-cultural, Inter-generational, Inclusive, Universal in practical application, and can be translated to any language.
She is a Whole Systems Designer, specializing in peace-making leadership who has worked as an Administrator in Health and Human Services for 20 years. She has traveled to ten countries by invitation to teach and facilitate the ICCP that reframes thinking into an Affirmative thinking system for win-win constructive decisions and outcomes.
King, Rev. Martin Luther King, “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence”, April 04, 1967.