Published: Dec. 4, 2020
Friends might consider allying with other people of faith around the intersection of climate justice and racism. Here's an opportunity offered by the Union of Concerned Scientists to enter into an interfaith conversation around these issues.
Climate change does not exist as its own calamity—it is deeply interconnected with the inequities and injustices that pervade our society, both in the United States and globally.
The Union of Concerned Scientists invites you to a virtual conversation among faith leaders to learn how they have come to connect the call of faith with the need for action on climate change and racial justice.
from Gail Eastwood, Humboldt Meeting (to be 12/8/2020)