I never have believed in God, and the only time in my life when I was hoping to become a believer was when my brother was sick. I wanted to have something to hold onto. I hadn’t paid attention to religion — it just wasn’t relevant until that point. When my family was hopeful that there’d be some sort of help, I didn’t have that hope that help was coming. Even though they are religious, my family is not fanatical and has always allowed me to think and say what I felt.
KASHA recognizes the long and varied human history of settlement, exploitation, systemic racism, and environmental change over the land that we now call the Okanagan and Canada.
KASHA embraces all human diversity that evolution has bestowed upon us. We welcome all genders, sexual orientations, and the beautiful medley of homo sapiens to come sit, discuss and change the world with us.
A Brighter Future
It is only with our focused determination for reasoned and rational change that we will build a better and brighter future for the coming generations.