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Advancing Economic and Climate Justice



as a Moral Issue, Building a Movement for a



“Green New Deal



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Sunday, September 15-Tuesday 17, 2019

Sunday 11:15 AM through Tuesday 5:00 PM

Washington, DC

 

Advocacy Conference on Environmental Justice, Class and Race

The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. And 156 million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns or benefit from rebuilds and resilience planning. Learn how to influence elected officials, organization actions and how to take needed urgent action.


  • How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship on these issues? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout. 
  • How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to use values to frame advocacy to make the best moral case for change.
  • How can we advocate most effectively with our elected representatives? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senator’s offices for needed conversations.  Then take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. 


Conference Agenda

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Tickets for conference click here.

 Full Conference  $125, Deadline, Thursday, September 5, 2019

Sunday only $40, Registration open until the conference

Prefer to pay by check?  Send it to: UUJEC-Bannor, 2701 W Fitch Ave., Chicago, IL 60645

 Scholarships are available, apply here. Deadline, Thursday, September 5, 2019

Help our Faithify campaign to fund scholarships here.


Accommodations

All Souls Church, Unitarian's bed and breakfast program--all proceeds benefit the church!

Hostels, B & Bs, and Hotels--a short guide

Travel Information on Washington, DC:  101 guide

 

Conference Sponsored by

   

           


                           

 A generous grant from UU Fund for Social Responsibility helps support 

the conference and provide scholarships.



Print out the conference flyer to share at your congregation:

Building a Movement for a Green New Deal

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Speakers


Julian Brave Noisecat is the Director of Green New Deal Strategy for Data for Progress and Narrative Change Director for the Natural History Museum. He is also a correspondent for Real America with Jorge Ramos and contributing editor for Canadian Geographic.


Reverend Susannah Tuttle joined the staff of North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light in August 2011. She received a Masters of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.



Reverend Leo Woodberry has a long history of combating racism and promoting justice. During a rash of African American church burnings in the 1990s throughout the South, he worked with the South Carolina Burned Church Restoration Coalition to bring the arsonists to justice and shut down the operations of the Ku Klux Klan in South Carolina.


Emily Wirzba leads Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL's) lobbying work to achieve bipartisan recognition of climate change and action in Congress. Emily meets with members of Congress and their staff to promote FCNL's environmental priorities. She also works closely with FCNL's network across the country to organize constituents to lobby, write, and advocate for bipartisan environmental action in Congress. She currently serves as co-chair of the Washington Interreligious Staff Community's Energy and Ecology Working Group.


Ruth M. Ivory-Moore is Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s Program Director for Environment and Energy.  She has had careers in chemical engineering, as a corporate legal counsel, and brings legal specialties including environmental law and climate change.


Christopher Bradshaw is a social justice entrepreneur whose expertise is using social innovation through the food system to grow meaningful community economic development within marginalized communities.



Alison Hirsh has been working at SEIU since 2007 and became Political Director in 2010. In her time as Political Director, Alison led the union’s work to become a strong progressive political force in all the states where the union has members, promoting legislation, policies and candidates that improve the lives of our members and their communities.


Basav Sen joined the Institute for Policy Studies as the Climate Justice Project Director in February 2017. His work focuses on climate solutions at the national, state, and local level that address racial, economic, gender and other forms of inequality.

 


Congresswoman Haaland grew up in a military family; her father was a 30-year combat Marine who was awarded the Silver Star Medal for saving six lives during Vietnam, and her mother is a Navy veteran who was a federal employee for 25 years in Indian education. 


UU Presenters


Aly Tharp is Program Director of the UU Ministry for Earth (UUMFE), working to galvanize and support liberatory Unitarian Universalist community action for climate & environmental justice. 


Rev. Rob Keithan is the Minister for Social Justice at All Souls Church Unitarian in Washington, DC.



Paula Cole Jones currently serves as Interim Congregational Life Staff of the UUA Central East Region.



(Pablo) Pavel DeJesús is the Executive Director of Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice (UUSJ)



Lavona Grow, is the UUSJ Advocacy Oversight Committee Chair and a former UUSJ Board Chair


 

Reverend Doctor Lucy Hitchcock is retired from 30+ years of UU Extension... 


Helen Rose is Faith Outreach Coordinator for the Earth Day Network (EDN).



Rev. Amanda Weatherspoon currently serves River Road Congregation...



Reverend Susannah Tuttle joined the staff of North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light in August 2011. She received a Masters of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.



Beverly Harp a life-long UU and member of of the Sunrise Movement D.C. Hub. 


Senowa Mize Fox is a campaigns associate at the Climate Justice Alliance. She is a racial, climate, and labor justice activist/organizer.

 

Doris MarlinI’m a believer that building relationships and focused energy will achieve success at local level and branch outward to in other economic sectors, and inward to lifestyle changes....

Photo credit: https://robinloznak.zenfolio.com/ 

Levi Draheima Unitarian Universalist, Age: 13, Hometown: Satellite Beach, Florida" I work hard to protect the environment and animals near my home. I want my government to work hard to protect my future and the future of the animals and ecosystems in our country."


Video Greetings Made for UUs


Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray is the ninth president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). She was elected in June 2017 to a six-year term. 


Bill McKibben is an author and environmentalist who in 2014 was awarded the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel.’ His 1989 book The End of Nature is regarded as the first book for a general audience about climate change, and has appeared in 24 languages; he’s gone on to write a dozen more books.


Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes) is Policy Director and Senior Research Associate at the Center for World Indigenous Studies, and is a frequent contributor and columnist at Indian Country Media Network.

 


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.


We have ten years! The Green New Deal has spurred debate on the need for bold actions that make big differences. Carbon pricing is being debated. 156 Million Americans have pledged to keep the Paris Climate Agreement Commitments. Jack Ma says the U.S. wasted 14 trillion in wars rather than infrastructure among other investments. Communities of color wonder why they often pay the costs first, and deepest, but rarely get to voice their concerns.


How can we as UUs be in solidarity and fellowship? Learn how climate change is an economic justice issue with intersectional dimensions of race, ethnicity and class running throughout.  Let us talk about how disproportionately at risk and impacted communities tend to be coastal communities, the poor, people of color and first nations communities.


How do UU values inform our justice work? Learn how to advocate and then go to your Senators’ offices. Learn how you can take this knowledge home and work locally on issues of national and global import. Put thinking globally and acting locally into action.  Put acting globally for your locality into action. Help create the push and pull dynamic needed to make a change. Help build a movement that will make a difference.

Helen Rose is Faith Outreach Coordinator for the Earth Day Network (EDN).
Helen Rose is Faith Outreach Coordinator for the Earth Day Network (EDN).
Reverend Susannah Tuttle joined the staff of North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light in August 2011. She received a Masters of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.
Reverend Susannah Tuttle joined the staff of North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light in August 2011. She received a Masters of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.



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