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Sunday, March 18 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Whither Young Adult Pagans

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Paganistan is blessed with so many Pagans in their late teens and twenties who have been Pagans all their lives - often longer than the Elders that they are supposed to look up to. Yet why should they feel drawn to the old ways of doing things when they are dismissed as irrelevant and untrained, and why should they seek to emulate Elders who in many cases have not proved to be good role models?
I invite all Pagans in their late teens and twenties to come together for a discussion on how to form a proud, self-confident, and cohesive group, with its own rules, requirements, and responsibilities for the 21st century, with the aim of also providing guidance and role models for the younger Pagans coming up under them. You are the future of Paganistan. What is that going to look like? What should ritual look like? What should be included, and what discarded, under your stewardship, and why?
Older adults are welcome to share their thoughts, and listen to the discussion, but this is open mic time for 2nd and 3rd generation young adult pagans to (finally?) speak up and be heard, and lay the foundations for the path into the future.
No divisiveness - no gossip - no negativity - just good positive and passionate energies requested. If you have ever felt the need for a forum to speak out without being criticized, this is it.

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Janette Nash

Atchingtan Learning Center
Janette has been involved with the pagan community firstly in Iowa then in MN,  for nearly two decades since arriving in America.  She is best known in Paganistan for Atchingtan Learning Center, which she runs together with her husband Paul (The Rhythm Priest).  Oh, and also because... Read More →

Sunday March 18, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm CDT
Upper Atrium Overlooking Pool

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