A Public Statement From The Cascadia Coalition Against Hate

A Public Statement From The Cascadia Coalition Against Hate

A Public Statement From The Cascadia Coalition Against Hate and Hate Filled Ideologies CASCADIA, PACIFIC NORTHWEST – Tuesday, June 27, 2017 – Members of the Cascadian Movement have formed The Cascadia Coalition Against Hate and issue this statement: The Coalition does not promote, permit, or condone any behaviors or actions of a sexist, racist, derogatory, or discriminatory nature. We do not tolerate hate-filled ideology, supremacy, oppression or hatred in any form for any reason. Moreover,…

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The Cascadian Flag: A Transformative Icon

The Cascadian Flag: A Transformative Icon

  The Cascadian Flag: A Transformative Icon (En Espanol) The blue represents the moisture rich sky above and Pacific Ocean along with the Salish Sea, lakes and other inland waters. Our home is of continuous cascading waters flowing from our sky and mountains back to the Pacific. For Cascadia is a land of falling water from the Pacific to the western slopes of the Rockies where water cycles as vapor and then rain and snow…

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What is Cascadia?

What is Cascadia?

  Cascadia is a bioregion. Cascadia is a noun and a place. Cascadian, as an adjective or demonym, means someone or something associated with Cascadia (the bioregion). The name Cascadia comes from the word “cascades” meaning falling water or waterfalls. In the 1820s, David Douglas named the mountain range the Cascades. The name Cascadia in various circles came to mean the whole Pacific Northwest. This bioregion was also called Chinook Illahee in the trade language…

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What is Bioregionalism?

What is Bioregionalism?

Bioregionalism is the consciousness or awareness of the interconnectedness of the water-life cycle within a given region. Even in the driest of deserts, a bioregion is defined by its water-life cycle, no matter how short and seemingly sparse a cycle may be. The great water-life cycles are actually the generation and transfer of energy. So each bioregion is a living system of interconnected communities and churning of energy. Tao philosophy ascribes the flow energy in…

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