Future First will host the upcoming 
2014 Women's Congress for Future Generations
 
November 7-9, 2014, with pre-Congress event, evening November 6
Earle Brown Heritage Center, Minneapolis, MN  
 

This gathering will mobilize a movement of women going forward, fueling actions to shift cultural and political converstions toward a worldview that recognizes the interdependence of all things.   

We invite you to be a part of this exciting work! 

Visit our new Future First website: http://futurefirst.us/



Our History
The first gathering of the Women's Congress for Future Generations 
In September 2012, nearly 200 individuals gather in Moab, Utah for the first Women's Congress of Future Generations. The focus was on the rights of future generations to a just a livable future. A Declaration of the Rights Held by Future Generations and the Responsibilities of Present Generations was drafted and ratified. This is a living document, designed and defined to expand and evolve as it is passed down from generation to generation.

Future First was created in January 2014 as the new space for this important work 
Future First takes the work of the Women's Congress forward by putting the principles of the Declaration into action. Please visit our new website to stay connected to upcoming activities! The wcffg.org website will remain as an archive of the 2012 Women's Congress event.    

As we grow and transition, our vision remains the same: to mobilize a groundswell of courageous citizens to act individually and collectively, raising a united voice of caring for Mother Earth. We call for a paradigm shift in policies, laws, alliances and norms to ones that support sustainability, justice and interconnection for a world in which present and future generations can thrive. 


 
We are grateful and humbled by your commitment to making the world healthy and beautiful for both Future and Present Generations!

 

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We have a beautiful
mother
Her green lap
immense
Her Brown embrace
eternal
Her blue body
everything we know.
(Alice Walker)