Fall Book Study: All We Can Save, An Eco-Justice Conversation

Earlier this year, we gathered to read Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katherine K. Wilkinson’s acclaimed compilation, All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, & Solutions for the Climate Crisis. It was a powerful time of conversation and learning. That’s why we’re doing it again.

Beginning on Tuesday, September 21st (7-8pm), we’ll be offering a nine week study of Johnson and Wilkinson’s work. This time, we’re zeroing in on environmental and climate justice.

This study will be a great opportunity to consider how we can act in solidarity with those on the frontlines of environmental and climate justice struggles. We will gather on Zoom each week to discuss one selected essay and one poem from a section of the book. Janet and Sarah will lead discussion around issues of anti-racism, gender, and economic justice in ecological movements, as well as how this relates to our callings as people of faith/spirituality. They will also provide questions for conversation and contemplation as we consider how we will bring our learnings into the practice of our daily lives.

We hope that you’ll join us for this important conversation. We look forward to learning alongside you and thinking together. Register today: https://creationcarealliance.org/event/all-we-can-save-book-study/2021-09-21/

Praise for All We Can Save:

“This astounding and ambitious eco-anthology is filled with whip-smart essays, heart-wrenching poems, and stunning visual art from an all-female cast… those who’ve been left out of the climate debate for too long… a powerful chorus of women armed with solutions for our changing climate.” -Self  

“A welcome anthology, in prose and verse, of women’s writings on climate change… A well-curated collection with many ideas for ways large and small to save the planet.” -Kirkus Reviews

“All We Can Save brings an empathetic perspective to a fraught subject… a community bound between two covers, and a gift to any who wishes to join in. Johnson and Wilkinson have set a high bar [with] this movement-forging book.” -Bloomberg Green

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