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Climate & Justice Conversations–Leslie Cagan

The UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) is taking place in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021. In light of this important event we’ve asked FOR members and activists to discuss where the issue of climate change intersects with issues of militarism in the peace movement. Leslie Cagan has over 50 years experience in social change

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Climate & Justice Conversations–Tom Wakely

The UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) is taking place in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021. In light of this important event we’ve asked FOR members and activists to discuss where the issue of climate change intersects with issues of militarism in the peace movement. Tom Wakely is a FOR-USA member and climate activist from

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Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson appointed President of Auburn Seminary

Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson, FOR-USA Executive Director, appointed President of Auburn Seminary It is with bittersweet emotions that the Fellowship of Reconciliation – USA (FOR-USA) announces that Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson has stepped down as executive director in order to become the president of Auburn Seminary in New York City. A gifted pastor, preacher, and administrator, Rev. Emma’s immense skills

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Lament into Hope–A conversation with Rev. Kristian Smith, Pastor, The Faith Community, Atlanta

Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson speaks with Rev. Kristian Smith, Pastor, The Faith Community (TFC), Atlanta, Georgia. Their discussion centers around Rev. Smith’s thoughts about how justice is a joint effort and that if people came together and formed communities of allyship they would be unstoppable. TFC is grounded in a radically inclusive Greatest Commandment Theology, which is derived from Jesus’

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#Occupy@10: An oral history — Interfaith activists reflect on Occupy’s impact 10 years later

 September 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protest that took over Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan for two tumultuous months in 2011. The action began with little fanfare on September 17, 2011, but soon captured worldwide attention. It ultimately inspired similar protests across the U.S. and in many international cities for its commentary on extreme

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