Create Climate Justice, Sunday September 15 - Tuesday September 17, 2019

Spiritual Grounding for Climate Justice

Sunday, September 15, 12:30 – 5:30 pm, All Souls Church

How Unitarian Universalists can organize accountably + effectively + sustainably to create climate justice

The Framework for Just Transition: Moving from an Extractive Economy to a Regenerative Economy

Basav Sen, Climate Justice Project Director at the Institute for Policy Studies, which focuses on climate solutions at the national, state, and local level that address racial, economic, gender and other forms of inequality

Spirit and Values: It Matters How We Show Up

Senowa Mize-Fox, Climate Justice Alliance; Rev. Rob Hardies, All Souls Church; Pablo DeJesus, UUSJ

Values in Action at the Local Level

Chris Bradshaw, Founder and Executive Director of Dreaming Out Loud, which creates economic opportunities for the DC metro region’s marginalized community members through building a healthy, equitable food system

Doris Marlin on the Strengthen Local Climate Commitments (SLCC) campaign, a collaboration between the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Green Sanctuary Program and the UU Ministry for Earth

Joining and Building the Movement: What’s Happening and How to Connect

Aly Tharp, Program Director at UU Ministry for Earth, on the UUA-UUMFE Create Climate Justice campaign and Just Transition priority focus

Levi Draheim, UU from Brevard Country, FL, and—at 12-years-old—the youngest plaintiff in the Juliana v United States climate lawsuit

Julian Brave Noisecat, Director of Green New Deal Strategy, Data for Progress, US policy lead for the global grassroots climate campaign, and a proud member of the Canim Lake Band Tsq’escen (First Nations)

TBA: A Speaker from the Sunrise Movement on the youth-led Global Climate Strike happening in the United States on Friday, September 20

Individuals from All Souls can register online for the Sunday program ($0-$20 sliding scale, lunch included)

Register here by Sep. 5 for the full conference (Sep. 15—17)


Sep 13 2019


1:00 pm - 5:30 pm


Pierce Hall

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