Cooler/Smarter: Living Your Climate Witness
7-session workshop series for individuals and families that want to reduce their carbon footprint
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The Office of Social Justice works to develop a deeper understanding of and response to God's call to let justice flow like a river in both our personal and communal lives, as well as in the structures of our societies.
Justice Prayers - April 17; Immigration is Our Story: Series
Thank you for participating in the Easter hope for a restored creation! The Climate Witness Project is only as strong as those who participate in it and support it. Everything we’ve been able to accomplish together is a testament to your stubborn hope. Thank you! You’ll have a chance early next week to support the Climate Witness Project financially, in celebration of Earth Day. Will you consider giving to keep this project going? Our regional organizers’ honoraria, resource production, and more depend on your support.
The White House and State Department plan to cut off foreign assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. This money has funded development and humanitarian aid organizations who are seeking to address the root causes of violence, poverty, and migration, and has shown to be very effective; for example, the Association for a More Just Society has used these funds to create life-saving violence prevention programs in Honduras. These cuts will only further destabilize El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, drive more refugees to seek safety, and end life-saving work in those regions. Ask your Member of Congress to support and sign onto Representatives Sires and Torres’ letter urging the State Department to reverse its decision to cut aid to Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras!