History Is Written in the Land

Ted’s Meeting for Learning on 10/15 was grounded in several queries:
How can dwelling in “unsettling places” create conditions for the still small voice to surface?

What are the things that haunt us? What forms do these hauntings take?

What do our ghosts want from us?

Who are the ghosts present in our midst who can support our journeys?
In responding to these queries, Ted drew from his own experiences living in his family’s home built by enslaved people in the 1830s. He and Ellie shared the ways they are working to build reparative justice into their daily lives in the home. A recording of the meeting for learning is available. Contact memphisfriendsmeeting@gmail.com for more information.