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September 2019

Climate Strike – September 20th – Global and Local

Sep 20
Foley Square in NYC and around the world

On September 20, three days before the UN Climate Summit in NYC, young people and adults will strike all across the US and the world to demand transformative action be taken to address the climate crisis. Millions of us will take to the streets globally to demand justice for our present and a right to a future. In New York, we will march and rally to demand real action by our elected officials and world leaders. We will gather at…

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Karenna Gore offers a Special Friday Evening Service at Temple Emanu-El before Climate Week

Sep 20 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Temple Emanu-El, One East 65th Street
New York, NY
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Join CEE Director, Karenna Gore at Temple Emanu-El for a special Friday Night Service ahead of Climate Week. Climate Week in NYC has served as a dedicated time of convergence for all those working for the benefit of our earth and all those relying on us to provide conditions for clean air and clean water for generations to come. As a pre-cursor to Climate Week, Karenna will join the Temple Emanu-El community's Shabbat services to discuss our moral and religions…

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Social Good Summit 2019

Sep 22
92nd Street Y

For its landmark 10th year, SGS 2019 will focus on an issue that has implications for every aspect of our lives: climate change. Many of us have already experienced serious implications from climate change, and the global poor are already facing outsized impacts. From rising waters to food scarcity, we will all increasingly feel more of climate change’s effects as the world warms A global challenge deserves a global solution, and our diverse schedule of speakers and panelists promises a…

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“Choose Us” – Youth Climate Strike Demands Solutions and Action Now!

Sep 23 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Join us for an evening of conversation with youth climate leaders to learn how to move their demands forward with the urgency required by the global climate crisis. Sponsored by- The New York Society for Ethical Culture in partnership with Climate Reality NYC, 350NYC, and Drawdown NYC/Pachmama We have organized a panel of youth climate leaders from Earth Uprising (Alexandria Villasenor), Earth Guardians (Xiye Bastida), Sunrise (Naomi Hollard), Zero Hour (Jamie Margolin), and XR Youth (Sophie Anderson). Following this moderated…

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Sacred Rivers from the Jordan to the Hudson: An interfaith ceremony during Climate Week 

Sep 26 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
James Chapel, Union Theological Seminary, 3041 Broadway (@ 121st St)
New York City, NY United States
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A CLIMATE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM Sacred Rivers, from the Jordan to the Hudson: An interfaith ceremony honoring the life in the Hudson and the Jordan Rivers during Climate Week  As part of Climate Week, environmentalists who protect the Hudson and Jordan Rivers will join with religious leaders in New York City for an interfaith ceremony focusing on the shared risk communities and ecosystems across the globe face from climate disruption. A water ritual will highlight the afternoon’s events. Interfaith leaders…

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October 2019

Southeastern Experiences Beyond Removal: Remembering, Forgetting & Mythologizing Louisiana’s Petite Nations

Oct 7 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Columbia College Faculty House, 64 Morningside Dr.
New York, NY 10027 United States
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Recommended by CEE Original Caretakers Program Director, Mindahi Bastida   University Seminar on Indigenous Studies (#771) Columbia University in the City of New York October 7, 2019. Speaker's Biography: Elizabeth Ellis Elizabeth Ellis is an assistant professor of History at New York University. She is also the director of NYU’s Native Studies Forum. Prior to joining the department at NYU, Liz was the Barra postdoctoral fellow and visiting assistant professor at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies at the…

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On Faith and Food Disparities with Rev. Heber Brown

Oct 8 at 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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The Climate Speakers Network and the Center for Earth Ethics are excited once again to launch a three-part webinar series addressing climate and environmental action in faith communities. The first webinar  in our series will take place on Tuesday, October 8, from 1-2 PM EDT, and will cover the connection of food and faith, focusing on ways to address food disparities in faith communities. As faith leaders feed the spiritual need of their communities, they must also supply guidance for their members physical needs. Click here to…

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Climate and Environmental Justice: The Challenges, The Solutions with Catherine Flowers

Oct 11 at 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
UCONN, Konover Auditorium
Storrs, CT
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OPEN Conversation with Mindahi Bastida Muñoz – Listening to Earth’s Original Caretakers

Oct 13 to Oct 14

St. Petersburg celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day by Reconnecting Human+Nature Mindahi Bastida Munoz, Director of the Original Caretakers Program at the Center for Earth Ethics, joins us for an OPEN Conversation about the wisdom of traditional Native philosophies, the Doctrine of Discovery, Indigenous People’s Rights, and what we can learn about sustainability from the people who embrace it as a way of life. Serving as a wisdom keeper and spiritual elder, Bastida Munoz shares stories to inspire, educate, heal and take responsibility…

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Americas Vision & History of Earth Spirituality: Intergenerational Trauma & Resistance

Oct 15 at 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Florida Gulf Coast University Cohen Center 247, 10501 Cohen Center, 11090 Fgcu Blvd N
Fort Myers, FL 33965
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Join the conversation! Mindahi Bastida Munoz, Director of the Original Caretakers Program at the Center for Earth Ethics, will be discussing Earth spirituality and its relation to inter-generational trauma and resistance. Learn about how we can protect sacred lands and help indigenous communities. "The purpose and meaning of life is interconnection and transcendence of all beings, including Mother Earth. As human beings, our presence on Earth is for the care of life." -Mindahi Bastida Munoz SPONSORED BY: Department of Integrated…

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