350 Eugene’s Resilience-Regeneration work group provides resources to nurture resilience in response to climate disruption. This absolutely includes our world pandemic, Wild Fires and Rising up with the Movement for Black Lives; it’s all connected!
Contact: Resilience@350Eugene.org We welcome suggestions and recommendations!
Events that Promote Resilience and Connection (on-line and/or socially distanced)
Cascadia Quest, Eugene: Connective and Life-Affirming | Join us in Council. Click Here to read about our in-person and online councils offered this Fall. Free and open to all. Enjoy the open-hearted nature of communication fostered by our volunteers.
Trauma Healing Project 2020 Training Schedule and Upcoming Events Excellent Local Offerings!
Roots of Resilience for Uncertain Times: Five Part Webinar in the Work That Reconnects. October and November Programs: Facilitators Jolie Elan and Molly Brown – Go Wild Institute, Ashland
Resources – Rising Up Together – Supporting Each Other
Holiday Farm Fire Resources for those affected by the fire – Lane County, Updated daily
Sustaining All Life and Sister Organization United to End Racism
Yes Presents, VIDEO This Uprising: How to Make Black Lives Really Matter
CALC Weekly Calendar – Lists an abundance of community happenings and local resources. Sign up to have it delivered weekly!
COVID-19 Comprehensive Page of Resources and Updates CALC
Community Resources and Updates – COVID-19 White Bird Clinic
Anti-Racism Resources List Aces Connections
Healing Resources for BIPOC Organizers & Allies Taking Action for Black Lives Medium, June, 2020.
Standing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ) – Local Chapter (Springfield/Eugene) Facebook Page
10 Indigenous Holistic Healing Practices: What can Western psychotherapy learn from First Nation practices? by Darcia F. Narvaez Ph.D., Psychology Today
What We Can Learn About Resilience and Community from Indigenous Leaders 6/2020
Cascadia Quest: Growing Community and Initiating Leaders for a Wild Regenerative Future
Eugene Neighborhood Associations
The Resource Innovation Group (TRIG) – Creating Innovative Solutions for the Complex Social – Ecological Challenges of our Time. TRIG was instrumental in launching the International Transformational Resilience Coalition (ITRC)
Trauma Healing Project: Improving individual and community health and well-being
Tree Bressen Group Facilitation Helping groups of people function well together.
Barbara Ford , Cultural Artisanship for a Changing World.
Trauma Informed Oregon
Kathleen Dean Moore, Author, Moral Philosopher, Environmental Advocate
“Even as seas rise against the shores, another great tide is beginning to rise – a tide of outrage against the pillage of the planet, a tide of commitment to justice and human rights, a swelling affirmation of moral responsibility to the future and to Earth’s fullness of life.” KDM
Suggested web-sites and on-line publications to explore:
ACEs Connection Join the movement to prevent ACEs, heal trauma and build resilience ACES = Adverse Childhood Experiences
Michael Meade – Mosaic Voices Podcasts, Events, and Good Reads!
Francis Weller, MFT, founded and directs Wisdom Bridge Training, Webinars and Good Reads!
The Work That Reconnects Website The Work that Reconnects Network helps people discover and experience their innate connections with each other and the self-healing powers of the web of life, transforming despair and overwhelm into inspired, collaborative action. Joanna Macy
The Climate Trauma Project We build human resilience in the face of the encroaching individual, family and community stresses of climate change
Sun Magazine. Wonderful articles and archives.
Daily Good News That Inspires
Resilience: Building a World of Resilient Communities – Get Resilience delivered daily
Yes Magazine: Journalism for People Building a Better World – receive updates by email
Joanna Macy’s Website: The Work that Reconnects
Charles Eisenstein Essays, recordings, and information about upcoming events.
The Good Grief Network: 10 Steps to Personal Resilience.
Carolyn Baker Articles, podcasts, books, trainings.
Professor Jem Bendell’s Web Page , including Deep Adaptation.
A Few Recent Suggested Articles, Books, and Videos
Earth’s Wild Music: Celebrations and Laments. Kathleen Dean Moore. Webinar for the Oregon Master Naturalists. How to hold both gratitude and grief during the Sixth Extinction.
Living in the Time of Dying – Full Documentary – Director and producer Michael Shaw goes on a journey to speak to those who have the courage to say what no one else is saying and who have found the strength to bring meaning to the conversation. Interviews with: Professor of Sustainability, Jem Bendell; Dharma teacher and author, Catherine Ingram; Award winning journalist and author, Dahr Jamail and Native American Elder, author and teacher Stan Rushworth.
All We Can Save: Truth, Courage and Solutions for the Climate Crisis Coming out in September, 2020! Order your copy now. Provocative and illuminating Essays from women at the forefront of the climate movement who are harnessing truth, courage, and solutions to lead humanity forward.
Video: Author Robin DiAngelo discusses: White Fragility: Why is it so hard for White People to talk about Racism. Seattle, WA July 1, 2020.
We Shall be Known by the Company We Keep by Karishka Longaker of MaMuse. Video and Lyrics. Deb and Patty brought this to 350 Eugene! They sing it a lot!