Let's Change The World
Does being committed to "change" mean protesting? Voting? Getting a particular degree or a specific job?
Maybe, Maybe not.
While those things can be part of our commitment to "change," WE believe the truest measure of our commitments to "change" is our lifestyle.
According to Gandhi:
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."
When we commit to "being" something, we simultaneously commit to the lifestyle that comes with that state of being.
And for us, "being the change we wish to see" includes a lifestyle of continually challenging, deepening, and expanding our understanding of ourselves, others, and the world.
If that's where you are or where you want to be, then our content and community are created to enhance your journey.
Through storytelling and other creative methods, WE produce content that deeply explores the issues of human rights and social justice as they show up in our everyday lives.
WE create content with the explicit purpose of supporting our own journey toward improving ourselves.
WE create content to explore and deepen our understanding of the myriad issues connected to social justice, equity, and human rights.
We create content to ensure our understanding of social justice, equity, and human rights informs our entire lifestyle.
And we offer those learnings to you.
If you're looking for the cliff notes version or quick tricks, WE will likely disappoint.
Our content reflects how much WE appreciate the complexity of humanity.
WE create content from fresh perspectives based in cold, hard evidence and road-tested reflections.
Here are some of the many disciplines WE draw on:
and anything else WE can get our hands on.
WE aim to create content that takes the guesswork out of deeply engaging with issues of human rights and social justice.
WE create this content for an ever expanding community of folks who are passionate about improving themselves and the world around them.
WE call those people "Sojourners."
Everything WE do is intentional, including our word choice. The term "WE The Sojourners" is meant to reflect the complexity of what WE do, how WE approach the world and how much WE are ready for change. Learn more about what WE mean by "Sojourner"
A better world requires us to see ourselves and one another as deliciously complicated.
As Audre Lorde said:
" There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because WE do not live single-issue lives."
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