“We have twelve 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.
When: Sunday, Sept. 15, 11:15 AM through Tuesday, Sept. 17, 4:00 PM
Where: Washington, DC
- climate change is an economic justice issue
- UU values inform our justice work
- to lobby—and then go to Senators on Capitol Hill
- you can take this knowledge home and work locally
- indigenous people’s values can preserve the earth
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.
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