Episode 1: Home is Where the Wild Rice Is

“What happens when the aspirations of home and homemaking for one people is predicated on the destruction of home for another people?”

That’s the question at the heart of Dr. Sylvia Keesmaat‘s talk in this episode of the Homefulness Podcast.

Dr. Keesmaat is a biblical scholar, farmer, permaculture practitioner, and activist. You can find out more about her and her work at Russet House Farm and Bible Remixed. This talk was originally recorded at the national Beyond Housing to Homefulness Symposium hosted by Empire Remixed and the Sorrento Centre in Spring 2021.

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Andrew is a writer, dreamer and organizer with a keen interest in developing leaders in faith, compassion and justice.

He currently serves as the Director of Missional Renewal for the Anglican Diocese of Kootenay on the unceded territories of the Sinixt, Syilx, and Ktunaxa nations. He previously served as the Director of Ministry Innovation at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, BC.

Andrew is cofounder and contributing editor at www.empireremixed.com, and co-editor of "A Sort of Homecoming: Essays Honoring the Academic and Community Work of Brian Walsh" with Marcia Boniferro and Amanda Jagt.

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