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Strands of One Thread: Ecowomanism

Special from the Presbyterian Hunger Program, originally published in the Spring 2016 edition of the PHP Post. The struggle for gender, racial, and economic justice are all parts of the same thread, and deal with similar questions of power and

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Earth Care Lenten Devotional

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Feasting on God’s Gifts; Fasting in Sorrow Brought to you by Presbyterians for Earth Care: An Eco-Justice Network Download the Lenten Devotional or check it out online! PEC Lenten Reflection 2012, Moderator’s Comments, by Diane Waddell We enter into Lent in gratitude for God’s graciousness. We are in awe of

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Faithful Citizen: Web-Based Curriculum

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Acting Responsibly in a Global Society Faithful Citizen is an Internet-based small group study which explores two poles of current life—individualism and the common good—and how to respond faithfully to the interlocking global challenges of economics, ecology, security, and health. Faithful Citizen is a project of the Center for the

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Keystone XL Pipeline Protest: Reports from the Front

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On November 6, 2011, over twelve thousand protesters encircled the White House in Washington, D.C., to oppose the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which proposes to extract oil from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, and transport it to Texas for refining. Mobilizing world leaders such as the Dalai

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Petition for Climate Justice

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Do iT in Durban Join the National Council of Churches’ Eco-Justice campaign in the quest to seek climate justice during the United Nations negotiations in Durban. People of faith are bringing the religious voice to bear on the need to address climate change to protect vulnerable populations–low-income communities and communities of color–around

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