The panelists at this event will offer their presentation the following day, on April 19, to new legislative members of the PA House and Senate at the State Capitol in Harrisburg. Their hope is to educate legislators and the public about the health and environmental impacts of our current system, and about the moral foundation for a clean energy future.
Cricket Hunter will be one of many panelists (short intros, followed by an involvement fair-type breakout) at this event. Centre Daily Times advance article
from the event flier:
Join a variety of Centre County leaders to hear what our government, business, and community organizations can and are doing to protect those who are most vulnerable in our society.
Among our Panelists:
Mike Pipe, Centre County Commissioner
Andrew Shubin, PA Civil Rights Attorney
Kathleen Stenhouwer, Asst. Dir., Women’s Resource Center
Dr. Michelle Saylor, Bellefonte Area School Superintendent
Tom King, State College Asst. Mgr for Public Safety and former Chief of Police
There will be an opportunity to join small-action committees for follow-up actions.
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Weaver’s Way and Phildelphia PA IPL bring a free screening of the documentary film based on Naomi Klein’s powerful book about climate change This Changes Everything.
Special Guests Peter Winslow and Mordechai Liebling will share information about plans to transform Philadelphia into a fossil fuel energy hub (and how you can get involved) and Mordechai Liebling on behalf of Green Justice Philly.
The Care for the Earth panel is sponsored by Marywood Campus Ministry, Marywood University Science Department, and Marywood University Campus Studies, and will take place in the McGowan Room in the Swartz Center for Spiritual Life.
Together with our obligation to use the earth’s goods responsibly, we are called to recognize that other living beings have a value of their own in God’s eyes.
—Laudato Si §69