Aly Tharp

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Carl Anthony – “Grandfather of the Environmental Justice Movement” – Speaking at Starr King School for the Ministry on May 26th

Great News! We are privileged and honored to announce that Carl Anthony, “Grandfather of the Environmental Justice Movement”, will be...

Picture of people weaving their climate ribbons into the climate ribbon chalice structure

What do you love and hope to never lose to climate chaos? Tell the Climate Ribbon Chalice

“The Climate Ribbon is an arts ritual to grieve what each of us stands to lose to Climate Chaos, and...

Book cover for the book Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and the Environment. The cover shows pictures of large smoke stacks and a hand pouring water onto a sprouting plant in dry ground

BOOK REVIEW – Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and the Environment

Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and the Environment is energizing and illuminating —...

Indigenous Peoples Day Graphic

Recognition of Indigenous Rights & Sovereignty is Fundamental to Climate Justice

Indigenous Peoples Day is coming up on October 9th, and today I celebrate as my home city passes a resolution...

Participants in the UU Climate Justice Collaboratory gather & smile together for a photo

Reviewing the Climate & Environmental Justice Programs at the UUA General Assembly 2017

The Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly (GA) in New Orleans, June 21-25, 2017, was a powerful witness to the sacredness...

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Solidarity with the Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance

Historic things are happening in Standing Rock Sioux (Lakota / Oceti Sakowin) territories, near the border of North and South...

Lummi Nation Solidarity & Sacred Obligation: Frontline Update from Xwe’chi’eXen

This is Xwe’chi’eXen — also known as Cherry Point.  Its lands and waters have sustained the Lummi people since before...

UUFC’s first climate justice project: The Rev. Jill McAllister (center, behind large sign) and a few members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis celebrate their decision to divest from fossil fuels. [Photo courtesy of Mina Carson.]

UU Fellowship of Corvallis Boosts Community Solar Power Access with Local Re-Investment

Imagine this: Climate activists, fully grasping the enormity of the climate crisis, urge their church to take bold financial actions...

Young Adults for Climate Justice at UUA General Assembly 2015

The UU Young Adults for Climate Justice (UUYACJ) had something of a home run last month, in delivering three very...

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