Video Tag Climate Justice

Environmental Justice: Youth In Action

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Featuring a conversation with William Morris, Co-Chair, Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, Zavia Jenkins, Community Fellow, Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, and Cesar Almeida, Program Coordinator, Faith in Place. Low-Income urban neighborhoods in the United States are more likely to have...

Environmental Justice: Science and Theology

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Featuring a conversation with Rev. Dr. Loida I. Martell, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean and Professor of Constructive Theology, Lexington Theological Seminary Climate Scientist Gus Speth said, “The top environmental problems are...

Environmental Justice: An Advocate’s Triumph

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Featuring a conversation with Huda Alkaff, Founder and Director, Wisconsin Green Muslims. In 1991, over 1,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C. from 50 states for the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit. The Summit, hosted by...

Climate Justice and Water Equity

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Erin Huber Rosen, Executive Director + Founder, Drink Local Drink Tap Climate justice and water equity. Water is considered one of the first indicators of climate change –there is either too much

Energy Justice Is Loving Our Neighbor

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Featuring a conversation with Rev. Michael Malcom, MDiv MBA, Founder/Executive Director. The People's Justice Council, Elizabeth Chun Hye Lee, Executive for Economic and Environmental Justice and Climate Justice Lead, United Methodist Women, and Chandra Farley, Just Energy Director...

Health at the Root of Climate Justice

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Featuring a conversation with Michelle Mabson, Staff Scientist, Healthy Communities Program, Earthjustice. Our health and our families' health motivate us to act on ambitious and equitable climate solutions. Health is also at the root of climate justice...

Linking Progress on Racial and Climate Justice

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Featuring a conversation with Deeohn Ferris, President, Institute for Sustainable Communities. The Environmental Justice movement is said to have begun in 1982 when African American communities in NC protested the state's decision to move truckloads of toxic...

Doing Justice: The Faith Path to Climate Equities

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Features a conversation with Rev. Michael Malcom, MDiv MBA, Founder & Executive Director, The People’s Justice Council and Lindsay Harper, National Core Support Team Coordinator, Arm in Arm. People of faith are called to do justice in the world. It is our moral responsibility...

Communities, Climate, Equity and Policy

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Features a conversation with Sarita Turner, Vice President for US Programs, Institute for Sustainable Communities, and Domingo Garcia, National President of the League of United Latin American Citizens and former Texas State Representative. Communities of color...