Happy Fall! Here are ten ways to talk justice together this month:
Electricity: The difference something as small as electricity makes.
Hunger: Eliminating food deserts with the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network.
Hunger: Using coalitions, strategy, and thoughtfulness to bridge the hunger gap in NYC with culturally appropriate foods. What do you think of these innovative ideas?
Climate: Seventeen questions and answers worth a read. Learn more about the changing climate and creation care.
Disability: A theme park designed for people with disabilities. Gordon Hartman created the “world’s first ultra-accessible theme park” for his daughter Morgan. What parts of the theme park stand out to you?
Refugees: Thirty-seven photographs of the refugee crisis. The most striking part? These are from a 2015 article… they could just as well be from 2017. The refugee crisis stretches on with further suffering. How can we make a difference?
Literacy: The Echo Refugee Library– a mini-van bringing access to the displaced.
Film: Three documentaries that will change the way your children see the world. Have you watched any with your family?
Race: A photographer recreates the 1,400-mile route along the Underground Railroad. Through Darkness to Light.
How will your family Talk Justice this October?