Nova Scotia Lobster Fishing Disputes – Film and online discussion Dec. 3rd, 7pm
You are invited to watch the 2-part series “Living Treaties” anytime this coming week and join a facilitated, online discussion about the film and fishing disputes in southwestern NS. (LINKS BELOW)
What’s been happening and what role can churches play in working toward safe and peaceful fishing in the future?
Let’s listen, talk, and learn together as Communities of Faith.
As you watch the videos, take note of questions, emotions that come up for you, any places that move you or challenge you, and any other observations that will inform our discussions.
To watch the videos follow these links:
Living Treaties Part 1 – https://youtu.be/y2h_orzCC1s
Living Treaties Part 2 – https://youtu.be/SIqM_WEvsyM
This discussion is hosted by Trinity United Church, Shelburne, and supported by the Justice, Mission, and Outreach Committee of Region 15 of the United Church of Canada.
Kate Dempsey – Victim’s Rights Advocate
Laura Hunter –Minister for Justice and Mission, Atlantic Regions, United Church of Canada
Emma Seamone – Indigenous Reconciliation Worker & Candidate for Ministry, UCC
For more information contact Rev. Lesley Hamilton email@example.com
We hope you will join us!