On Monday, October 24, TOU will premiere the short film ROOTS OF CHANGE: FOOD SOVEREIGNTY, WOMEN, AND ECO-JUSTICE. A panel of respondents will offer insights from their organizations and/or religious traditions.
In 30 state capitols and the District of Columbia, rabbis, imams, priests and preachers stood with people impacted by unjust policies to declare, in one voice, that some issues are not liberal or conservative, but right versus wrong. Repairers of the Breach call on rabbis, imams, priest, pastors, and other clerics to preach and teach about the moral agenda.
The water supply of the Standing Rock Sioux is threatened by construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, which was permitted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in late July, despite the objections of three federal agencies.
THE SAME HEART film imagines a world where a tiny tax on financial transactions helps meet the unmet chronic needs of poor children at home and around the world