Planet Philadelphia Environmental Radio Show

Eco-Justice Collaborative

Kay Wood and Linda Rosenwine, members at Chestnut Hill Monthly Meeting, produced a podcast discussing issues of environmental justice in Pennsylvania and in Philadelphia. Learn more below and check out the episode for yourself! Did you know that PA emits 1% worldwide greenhouse gas? Listen to this Planet Philadelphia podcast to hear about how gas money corrupts PA politics and harms …

“Don’t get scared – get prepared.” A Call to Meetings around Climate Change Prevention

Eco-Justice Collaborative

“Don’t get scared – get prepared.”  A Call to Meetings around Climate Change Prevention from the Eco-Justice Collaborative The recent floods, hurricanes, and wildfires across the country have awoken many of us to the need for preparation, adaptation and mitigation to extreme weather. We’ve gotten messages and guidance on how to help Friends Meetings in Texas and Florida and many …

Eco Justice Collaborative News Bulletin

Eco-Justice Collaborative, Peace & Social Concerns

ECO-JUSTICE NEWS –June 2016 This is a monthly bulletin from the Eco-Justice Collaborative of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to provide Friends with time-sensitive information and resources to help in their work for climate, economic and social justice. Please share as you think appropriate. UPCOMING ACTIONS: March for a Clean Energy Revolution.  On Sunday, July 24th, Food & Water Watch, Sierra Club …

Yardley Friends Host Program on Mass Incarceration

Addressing Racism, Eco-Justice Collaborative, Legislative Policy Collaborative, Peace & Social Concerns

You just have to think 'racism' and 'money' to understand what drives The New Jim Crow. Patrick Hall Yardley Friends Meeting hosted a presentation and discussion on the impact of mass incarceration led by The Campaign to End the New Jim Crow Princeton/Trenton Chapter. Some 25 people were in attendance, and questions led to a thoughtful discussion. Presenters included Patrick Hall, who works ...