לֹא עָלֶיךָ הַמְּלָאכָה לִגְמֹר
AND THOUGH WE MAY NOT FINISH THIS:
Creating Home & Accountable Land Relationship as Queer Diasporic Jews
Together, we will view a mini-documentary capturing 7 years of communal work towards right relationship with land at Linke Fligl, a queer Jewish farm & cultural organizing project on Schaghticoke land (NY). From there, participants will explore personal relationships with land through a “Land Stories” practice, a ritual for sharing & witnessing our complex & evolving stories of loss, connection, home, & quest for accountable relationship with place.
This 10 minute mini-documentary captures 7 years of communal work towards right relationship with land at Linke Fligl, a queer Jewish farm & cultural organizing project based on Schaghticoke land (NY) from 2016-2022. We created this film as a conversation starter, and hope it can serve as an accessible tool to deepen Jewish communal commitment to accountable land relationship.