::SPIRITS OF THE SOIL::
HONORING THE ANCESTORS
THROUGH BUILDING ON OUR SHARED ASPIRATION
Join the Black and Brown Grower’s Collective for the Bronzeville Convergence a gathering of BIPOC farmers, growers, gardeners, herbalists, land stewards, water protectors and advocates. This two day event will be a time to makes space for ourselves, honor our ancestors, share knowledge and build our collective power.
We are blessed to have elders to help us ground our understanding of the work we do to protect the land and nurture community as well as teachers to help us understand how our histories are the foundation for our struggles to control seed, access land and maintain our sources of life giving water.
SPIRITS OF THE SOIL
An evening of celebration in homage to our ancestors as we offer, soul feeding sounds, poetic expressions, engaging conversations. All in preparation for us coming back together on Saturday to learn and strategize toward our collective goals in 2021.
SEED SOIL WATER
Seed, Soil, and Water. Essential for life and crucial elements that has sustained us, is part of us. We must protect and ensure that they are held scared and protected for generations to come.
Download true archetype guidance and instructions from seasoned social movements warriors and earth stewards on strategizing, organizing and implementing actions that build resilience within ourselves and work towards sovereignty. A Panel , A Presentation A Discussion.
A time to galvanize as we assemble to catalyze our beings & souls with an ecology united with purpose and direction for the Bronzeville BBGC.
We will explore how different archetypes we individually identify with, which can guide us and bring forth our strengths within the collective.
We will strategize on how to work together and what each assembly will achieve the next year.
We will break-out into cells based on areas of your specific intent, where we will focus on and commit to achieving attainable goals.
Seeds of Power (Mo Betta Green)
Grow food, educate, weave community, wealth building, employ over 25 youth each summer to learn about urban gardening and community weaving, run farmers markets and get fresh food to NE Denver residents.
Seeds of Power (Mo Betta Green)
East Denver Food Hub / Emerald Gardens
Our mission is to develop a resilient, equitable, and compassionate local food ecosystem based on equity, environmental stewardship, sustainable technologies, and private/public partnerships. We champion local farmers and BIPOC producers, and address food security in our communities through policy and innovative distribution models.
Farmer and Director of Opertaion
Fortaleza Familiar is dedicated to the wellness of Indigenous Chicanx Latinx
Lesbian Gay Bi Queer Trans Two-Spirit young people and their families.
Our mission is to curate self-reliance and community resilience from the ground up. Through emotional wealth and financial sovereignty.
Business Owner and Farmer
The mission of Frontline Farming is to create greater equity across our food system on the Front Range of Colorado. We specifically seek to support and create greater leadership and access for womxn and black, Indigenous & people of color in our food systems. We achieve these goals through growing food, listening, educating, honoring land and ancestors, policy initiatives, and direct action.