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Hearing indigenous voices

HEARING INDIGENOUS VOICES The Anglican Communion Environmental Network has committed itself to hearing the voices of indigenous people. During the month of August, the Anglican Indigenous Network has prepared sermon notes which can be found at www.sustainable-preaching.org Archbishop Mark Macdonald, National Indigenous Anglican Bishop for the Anglican Church of Canada, Says this “A number of …

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Environmental Racism – When #Blacklives Don’t Matter

Eleven Archbishops and sixty bishops have signed a Statement by the Anglican Communion Environmental Network on Environmental Racism – When #Blacklives don’t matter. Black lives are disproportionately affected by police brutality; COVID-19 sweeps through crowded vulnerable communities unable to  socially distance; toxic dump sites are placed next to poor communities of Black people; indigenous people …

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Angolan ASF plant fruit trees on the New Cathedral Site in Luanda

  Close to  the 5th and 8th of June on World Environment Day and the international day of the Oceans, the Federation of Anglican Students of Angola, together with chaplain Rev Filomena Teta, did a campaign of planting fruit trees on the site of the Cathedral in Luanda.  It took place on the morning of …

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Celebrating World Environment Day in Mozambique

CELEBRANDO O DIA DO MEIO AMBIENTE EM MOZAMBIQUEDioceses across Mozambique celebrated the World Environment Day on the 5th of June with the theme “Time for Nature” DIOCESE OF NAMPULAThe area of Cabo Delgado was badly hit by the Cyclone. Chimoio was the most affected village and it needs trees to protect it from the strong …

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