What: In June, a delegation of Jews from the DC area joined American Indian water protectors to protest the proposed Line 3 pipeline that would run from Alberta to Wisconsin. This pipeline threatens Anishinaabe livelihoods and culture, the Mississippi River, and the global climate. Join folks from around the country to learn about the Line 3 pipeline and why you should be part of the efforts to halt its construction. Hear from Rev. Jim Bear Jacobs, Program Director for Racial Justice, Minnesota Council of Churches, and DC-area Jews about the hopeful resistance to Line 3 and what you can do to stop its destructive path.
When: Thursday, September 30, 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern Time
Registration: Participation is free but registration is required to receive the link to join the webinar. Please click on the ticket icon or the "Sign Me Up" button in order to proceed to registration.
About Rev. Jim Bear Jacobs:
Born in St. Paul, Reverend Jacobs is a member of the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Nation, an American Indian tribe located in central Wisconsin. He has degrees in Pastoral Studies and Christian Theology and has served various churches as youth minister, adult Christian educator, and director of Men’s Ministries. Presently he is parish associate at Church of All Nations Presbyterian Church. He is a cultural facilitator in the Twin Cities and works to raise the public’s awareness of American Indian causes and injustices. He is founder/convener of “Healing Minnesota Stories,” an initiative dedicated to creating events of dialogue, education, and healing, particularly within faith communities. He is currently the Director of Racial Justice for the Minnesota Council of Churches.
We are pleased to bring this program to you in partnership with:
Adat Shalom Climate Action Team, Bethesda, MD
Am Kolel Jewish Renewal Community Rockville, MD
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps
Aytzim: Ecological Judaism
Bay Area Jewish Earth Alliance
Bend the Arc: Pittsburgh
Climate Action Sea Turtles, FL
Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL)
Colorado Jewish Climate Action
Congregation Beth Shalom Creation Care Task Force, Bloomington IN
Congregation Shir Hadash Milwaukee, WI
Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action
Higher Ground Initiative, FL
Interfaith Power & Light-DMV
Jewish Climate Action Network-MA
Jewish Climate Action Network-NYC
Jewish Earth Alliance
Jewish Earth Alliance Southern California Chapter
Moishe House Pittsburgh
Pearlstone Retreat Center and Education Campus, Reisterstown, MD
Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association
Shir Tikvah Climate Justice Minyan, Minneapolis, MN
Temple Rodef Shalom Dayenu Circle, Falls Church, VA
Tikkun Ha-Ir, Milwaukee, WI
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