In a time of isolation and divisiveness, how do we stand for togetherness, keep our connections, and cultivate courage over fear and apathy? Waldorf education and its roots in Anthroposophy can offer guidance.
It is from our own certainty that children garner the sense of security and hope that they need to grow. Adults need a positive, all-encompassing, truthful picture of ourselves, our situation and the people around us.
A team of three brothers from Edinburgh, with a shared passion for adventure, sport and music, rowed 3,000 miles across the Atlantic and broke three world records. The brothers also happen to be Waldorf graduates.
The Waldorf Community of Color Affinity Group, lead by Christina More, parent at the Green Meadow Waldorf School, has been created for Waldorf community members to share and support each other on racial conversations.
When the Run! Skip! Dance! initiative was launched in April of 2020, the shared goal was to virtually move together across North America. From April to September 11, 2020, Waldorf communities in North America exceeded that goal and moved over 44,620 miles, virtually, around the globe.