Energy Justice Is Loving Our Neighbor

Featuring a conversation with Rev. Michael Malcom, MDiv MBA, Founder/Executive Director. The People’s Justice Council, Elizabeth Chun Hye Lee, Executive for Economic and Environmental Justice and Climate Justice Lead, United Methodist Women, and Chandra Farley, Just Energy Director, Partnership for Southern Equity.

Energy insecurity is among the most persistent injustices impacting Black, Brown, and Indigenous people in the US. Faith communities are well poised to help provide space to identify and offer solutions. Join us for this special co-hosted episode with Alabama Interfaith Power and Light and The People’s Justice Council, to hear from experts working at the intersection of faith, justice and energy on exciting energy justice initiatives that are replicable and scalable and already impacting communities on the ground.

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