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Our successes at the first two Women’s Congresses represent the beginning chapter of a long-term campaign to articulate, disseminate, and uphold the rights of future generations, in collaboration with a broadening network of community organizations. In 2016-2017, we will move several strategic pieces forward.


None of this work is ours alone. Things you can do:

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Guardians Mission: We envision a future where people value the interconnectedness of all things: a future that shifts attitudes and behaviors from ones centered in individualism and consumption to behaviors that care for the Earth and attend to the intricate balance of all living things.From Women’s Congress for Future Generations
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Call to Action: 2107 Women's Congress
We commit to seeing “water and earth as living entities” and to seeing each other as interrelated beings we care for and protect. An overarching theme this year is building the “Beloved Community” as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called it. We are committed to healing the wounds among and between us, to hearing each other’s stories and to finding a way forward together as told to us by the Anishinaabe in the 7th Fire Prophecy.
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As we work to protect Mother Earth and Future Generations at this critical moment in history, we are so grateful you are by our side. Together we are shifting the conversation about the role of government, we are standing together to protect current and future generations. We know there are many deserving environmental groups you could support. We are indeed honored when you choose to donate to the Women’s Congress. Together we will make a difference. Tomorrow is in our hands.
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The Women’s Congress for Future Generations is a project of the Science & Environmental Health Network. Founded in 1994, SEHN’s mission today is to engage communities and governments in the effective application of science to protect and restore public and ecosystem health. Since 1998, SEHN has been the leading proponent in the United States of the Precautionary Principle as a new basis for environmental and public health policy. Learn more at the SEHN website.

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