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Focus on Chapter Orientations: JPIC is getting ready for a new work year and we are looking forward to bringing alive our commitment to Care for Our Common Home and to continue our reflections and actions about Going to the Peripheries. We are planning a specific focus on water, climate justice and Indigenous Peoples. Bineta Ba, CND Social Justice Network Coordinator, inspires us by her example when she facilitated a creative session on water justice and the OK Water Project at the World Social Forum in Brazil last March. She collaborated with the organization ROJEP and the Oblates Franciscaines de Saint-Joseph, and was accompanied to Brazil by General Council member Sr. Ercilia Ferrera. In her proposal for the workshop Bineta wrote that she was 'inspired by the dance piece on climate change presented by the CND at the Word Social Forum 2016 in Montreal'. That project was initiated by Visitation Province and involved partnership with the CRC and Development and Peace with much help from KAIROS. JPIC looks forward to similar collaborative efforts in the coming months.

Monica Lambton, JPIC coordinator


New associate co-coordinators: We warmly welcome Jacqueline Fehlner from Visitation Central and Dolores MacGillivary from Visitation West/North who officially began their mandates as associate co-coordinators on August 1, 2018. We look forward to collaborating with them!

Maureen MacIsaac, CND with members of the Administration Team


September 11-13 – APTN’s First Contact premieres showing six Canadians, all known to have strong opinions on Indigenous people, embarking on an extraordinary journey - 28 days – exploring Indigenous Canada. First Contact will be a three-night television series on APTN (Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network) starting September 11 at 7 pm ET.

Teresa McKerral, associate with members of JPIC committee


Movie: Crazy Rich Asians. This movie is getting a lot of hype. I found it to be a delightful story, a romantic comedy, entertaining, lively and fast-moving, with humour and a believable plot. The characters are unknowns: they are talented and beautiful, super rich and showing the same qualities, positive and not-so-admirable, as families and individuals we probably all know from somewhere. It’s fun!

Eleanor McCloskey, CND

 

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