Presbyterian Hunger Program Offers New Resource on Environmental Justice and Dismantling Structural Racism

By Jessica Maudlin

Looking for a helpful resource to learn, share, and act at the intersection of hunger, climate change, and systemic racism? The latest issue of the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s quarterly journal, the PHP Post, focuses on dismantling structural racism, including the impacts and solutions of environmental racism and climate change.

The publication includes articles and guest pieces on:

  • Global racism, colonialism, and white supremacy
  • Deep links between racism and climate change
  • The connection between anti-hunger work and racism
  • Reparations
  • A downloadable environmental racism poster
  • The Presbyterian Church (USA)’s commitment to dismantling racism through the new Matthew 25 Initiative
  • Decolonizing wealth

Download The PHP Post Issue

Jessica Maudlin is the Associate for Sustainable Living and Earth Care Concerns with the Presbyterian Hunger Program. To learn more about the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s partnership with Blessed Tomorrow in addressing climate change as a matter of faith, please visit their environmental ministries page here.

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