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In The Media

At the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto, Trebbe Johnson led a panel with four women from the Dineh (Navajo)-Cheyenne, Jewish, Hindu, and Wikka traditions. They discussed how their spiritual traditions have helped them to find solutions to serious ecological problems.


Media Information

WHO: James L. Taylor
TITLE: Sacred Arts: Creative Expressions of Faith to Heal a Threatened Earth
SOURCE: Parliament of the World's Religions
DATE: November 4, 2018

LINK: Visit Media URL

TAG: Lyla June Johnston, Mother Maya, Parliament of the World's Religions, Phyllis Curott, Rae Abileah, Spiritual Practices, environmental problems

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Gifts in the Promised Land

The Jordan River, a geographical icon of religion, song, promise, and African American history, is, in truth, a wounded river. Trebbe Johnson was part of a pilgrimage to explore the wounds of the river and its people and bring ceremony and new life.—Trebbe-Johnson.pdf