Slavery on Wall Street: Race and the Roots of Climate Injustice
Is climate change rooted in slavery, genocide, and colonialism? As people of faith and secular allies for climate justice, we believe it is.
Pope Francis’ encyclical and world tour — coming to NYC the week of September 23rd — are drawing much-needed attention to climate change and economic injustice, but we can’t heal this sickness just by looking at its symptoms.
On September 23, 2015, in conjunction with Pope Francis' visit to the U.S., interfaith activists gathered on Wall Street in New York City to talk about the intersection of race, capitalism and climate justice, and how to use faith and spirituality as a way to engage these issues.
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- American Nightmare: Black Labor and Liberation Trailer
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- Where Should The Birds Fly - Mona's Story
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American Nightmare: Black Labor and Liberation is a documentary series exploring the roots of anti-black racism in the United States. How can Black communities defend themselves against the deeply ingrained structures of racism? How can they build collective resistance and unite with people of all ethnicities to root out racism, white supremacy and dismantle the structures that seem to make it so necessary?
WHERE SHOULD THE BIRDS FLY
Where Should The Birds Fly is the first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel’s siege and blockade of this tiny enclave. It is the story of two young women, Mona Samouni and Fida Qishta, survivors of Israel’s Operation Cast Lead, who show strength, humor, and hope despite the destruction surrounding them.
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