Faith, Politics and Environmental Racism: A Forum

Free event open to the public!

Join us for an Environmental Justice Weekend!

On Friday at 6PM at the Wilder Library on Virginia Union Campus, we will be screening “Come Hell or High Water” before a community discussion. Check out the Facebook event for the screening at: https://www.facebook.com/events/390202544729691.

On Saturday, the Faith, Politics and Environmental Racism: Solutions for the 21st Century Forum at 10:00AM focusing on climate justice, VA energy policy, and eco-theology. Beforehand at 8:30AM, there will be a morning chapel service.

At the forum two panels will explore theology around Creation care, vital background on climate change and the basics of Virginia climate impacts especially those impacting low income communities and people of color. The panels will be moderated by Virginia Union University School of Theology Dean Dr. Corey Walker.

Our goal is to bring interfaith communities together to highlight real life intersections between our lives and the planet, and the ways that faith communities can and already are taking action to be sustainable and resilient communities.

Sponsoring Organizations: Virginia Interfaith Power & Light, Virginia Union University School of Theology (STVU), Virginia League of Conservation Voters, Richmond Interfaith Climate Justice League, Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA), Virginia Conservation Network