CEE December 2020 Update

Dear Friends of the Center for Earth Ethics,

Please join us along with Union Theological Seminary today, Tuesday, December 8, 12:30-2 pm Eastern time for the first of a series of important conversations with faith communities and the Biden-Harris Transition team.

For this first roundtable we’ll be talking about building bridges with multi-faith communities, climate change, police reform, anti-racism, poverty, immigration and refugees.

We’re excited to be joined by Josh Dickson (Biden-Harris Transition) with Rev. Dr. Serene Jones (Union Theological Seminary), Eboo Patel (Interfaith Youth Core), Dean Jonathan Walton (Wake Forest Divinity School), Rev. Liz Theoharis (Poor People’s Campaign), Tatiana Torres (Faith 2020), Rev. Frederick A. Davie (Union Theological Seminary), Karenna Gore (Center For Earth Ethics), Rev. Adam Nicholas Phillips (Faith 2020).


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In the News…

Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret
named one of ‘The Ten Best Science Books of 2020’
by Smithsonian Magazine

“Flowers, who has been called the “Erin Brockovich of Sewage,” puts a spotlight on long-standing issues in Appalachia, Central California, coastal Florida, Alaska, the urban Midwest and on Native American reservations in the West. She thoughtfully weaves systemic issues of class, race and geographic prejudice into a compelling, and at times arresting, narrative. Like the issues Waste puts in focus, this book can’t be overlooked.”
Available now from The New Press

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