Reflection and panel discussion on how and where spirituality, social justice, and climate change come together and intersect within various faith traditions.
• Dan McKanan, AB ’89, Ralph Waldo Emerson UUA Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School
• Sofía Betancourt, Associate Professor of Unitarian Universalist Theologies and Ethics at Starr King School for the Ministry
• Elizabeth Eaton, MDiv ’80, Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
• Rosalyn LaPier, WSRP '17, Associate Professor, Environmental Studies at University of Montana
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