The first circle called by the Community Café Coalition of SWFL was held Monday, June 5, at the Hummingbird healing center in Bonita Springs, Florida. Using the Native American talking stick each woman spoke their thoughts and feelings about the word development. We went home feeling hopeful and ready to hold other conversations that help us to discover common dreams that lead to actions.
Our intention is to bring people together to listen, talk and act on behalf of the natural world. We will host circle conversations in cafés, churches and community spaces using a simple process that helps to shift us from small talk to meaningful results. We seek to bring together the diversity of SW Florida in a setting where like and un-like minds are listened to without judgment. We will provide safe and creative settings where people of all ages have the opportunity to contribute in finding common dreams that lead to actions that preserve, protect and celebrate the natural world.
Open to individuals and groups that support the protection, preservation and celebration of the natural world
Visit us on Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/1871966173063426 Community Café Coalition
The following are organizations included in the coalition:
Collier Citizens for Sustainability www.colliercitizensforsustainability.org
Tree Sisters of the Sacred Forest of SWFL www.facebook.com/groups/644913802379439/
Gather The Women of SWFL www.facebook.com/groups/1457852571139211/
Circle Connections www.circleconnections.com
Millionth Circle www.millionthcircle.org
Building a Global Climate Movement www.350.0rg?
Cypress Cove Conservancy www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=cypress%20cove%20conservancy
Pachamama Alliance www.pachamama.org