An online event featuring Dr. Katharine K. Wilkinson in conversation with Heather McTeer Toney and Mary Anne Hitt, and artwork presented by Madeleine Jubilee Saito. This event is a celebration of All We Can Save, an anthology of writings by 60 women* at the forefront of the climate movement who are harnessing truth, courage, and solutions to lead humanity forward.
Climate change is a multi-faceted problem that requires an equally multi-faceted movement of solutions. One significant, root-level solution is spiritual reorientation to feminist wisdom. That means shifting away from delusions of individualism, toward creative collaboration; away from greed and apathy, toward generous mutuality; away from habits of domination, toward practices of regeneration. And it means heeding the leadership of those who are moving culture in that direction. The All We Can Save Project is that kind of cultural force.
In All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, editors Dr. Katharine K. Wilkinson and Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson assert that — while the work at hand is hard and uncertain — “building community around solutions is the most important thing.”
We invite you into that community. Through artwork, poetry, and illuminating insight from women at the forefront of the climate movement, we will consider the roles that we all have to play in nurturing a livable future. Join us as we explore in particular how faith communities — and other communities of spiritual practice — can best contribute to spiritual reorientation and other solutions in a climate-changed world.
*The use of “women” here is open, expansive, and trans-inclusive.