I believe this guide will honor the journey of thousands of people to do the sacred work of reparations and direct action.
~Carlos Saavedra, Ayni Institute
The FVN Handbook is a powerful aid to our collective efforts to reimagine and change the world.
~Maria J. Stephan, co-author of Why Civil Resistance Works
This prophetic experiment in truth offers hope to a society crying out for a better way.
~Daniel Hunter, Global Trainings Associate Director, 350.org
A powerful vision hatched in the fall of 2015 has finally culminated in book form!
The Fierce Vulnerability Network & Nomadic Press cordially invite you to The FVN Handbook
virtual book release party with a fierce panel of speakers, music, and more!
Saturday, May 28, 4-5:30p (pacific),
6-7:30 (central), 7-8:30 (eastern)
The Fierce Vulnerability Network is a constellation of direct action teams positioned at the intersection of racial healing and climate justice. Fueled by fierce vulnerability, the power of emergence, and the promptings of our vocations, FVN teams practice reparations and take direct action together.
If you’re seeking healing, belonging, and creative life-affirming ways to engage, you may have just found your spiritual home base within the movement! Our soon-to-be-released handbook describes our core principles and practices. Please join us in celebrating its arrival!
Preorder the FVN Handbook
We also appreciate your financial generosity with this project! More information here.
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