Racial and Environmental Justice Programs in April and May

Take the challenge: igsol.net/interconnected
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21-Day Enviro Justice Challenge: April 23-May 16

Learn, pray, and take action for environmental justice this Earth Day. 

In his encyclical Laudato Si’, Pope Francis invites all people to act on behalf of creation. This call to action is grounded in the principle of integral ecology—the idea that environmental, social, political, and economic systems are interwoven—and sustained by a sense of wonder before the interconnected nature of all life. 

Join the Ignatian Solidarity Network as we explore these connections through daily emails challenging us to:

  • enter into the complex work of understanding the connections between environmental injustices that disproportionately impact Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), as well as low income communities;
  • listen to and learn from the voices of environmental justice leaders from frontline communities;
  • better understand the connections between current and historical environmental injustices;
  • respond to the call to work towards a lived vision of a world in which all of God’s creation can flourish.

Take the challenge: igsol.net/interconnected

MAY 5, 12, 19 | 7PM ET/4PM PT
A Balm in Gilead: Deepening Our Understanding and Conversation About Race Through the Eyes of Faith

This interactive three-part virtual session will be an opportunity to deep dive into the topic of Race, Racism, and Faith through the lens of Ignatian spirituality.

Register here.

APRIL 21 | 2:30PM ET/11:30AM PT
A Parish Journey for Racial Justice and Equity: Saint Ignatius Baltimore

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder last summer, Baltimore’s St. Ignatius Parish community committed to respond. That meant doing the hard work of antiracism through reflection and action. Eric Clayton, member of the parish task force dedicated to raising awareness on these efforts, will share how his parish began—and sustains—this work.

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