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Doing Justice: The Role of Faith in Building Climate Equity
People of faith are called to do justice in the world. It is our moral responsibility to care for neighbor and all of Creation. We must listen to and amplify the voices of those impacted by the systemic inequities that make some more vulnerable to climate change than others. Join in this call to action and how to engage your congregation and others in building climate equity for all of God’s children.

Join us for this Blessed Tomorrow episode of ecoAmerica's new webcast series, Let's Talk Climate, on June 25 from 2 - 3 pm EDT to hear from:

Rev. Michael Malcom, Founder and Executive Director of The People's Justice Council

This episode will be moderated by Anita Fête Crews, Director of Blessed Tomorrow at ecoAmerica.

Jun 25, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rev. Michael Malcom
Founder and Executive Director @The People's Justice Council
Michael Malcom is the Founder/Executive Director of The People's Justice Council and a licensed and ordained UCC Minister. He is a pastor at Rush Memorial Congregational UCC in Atlanta, GA and the Environmental Justice Representative for the Southeast Conference of the United Church of Christ. He is an impassioned faith leader who sees Climate Change as a moral emergency, and environmental justice as the remedy. He believes that the only way we achieve this is through building power from the grassroots up. The People’s Justice Council does this through education and advocacy from a faith-based perspective. He is interfaith and interdisciplinary in his approach when organizing and advocating for justice. It is his passion to shape the narrative around Environmental Justice and Climate Change in a way that it calls all our attention to a sense of urgency so that the masses become environmentally conscious.