Environmental Justice: A Healthy Planet for All

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Join us for a free Zoom panel of experts and activists on Environmental Justice: its meaning and paths to community action and support. Discussion will follow. All are welcome. Information on the Zoom link is below. The event is from 7:30pm-9:15pm. Panel members are: Anjalie Sauthoff, environmental health scientist, Westchester County government. Paul Presendieu, outreach […]

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Honoring the Life and Legacy of Pauli Murray

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Honoring the Life and Legacy of Paul Murray Pauli Murray was the first African-American woman to be ordained as an Episcopal priest (1977). But this doesn't begin to describe her significance as an advocate for human freedom. She was a civil rights activist; the top graduate from her class at Howard University law school (where […]

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The Remarkable Life and Legacy of Pioneering Artist Gordon Parks

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Discover the Remarkable Life and Legacy of Pioneering Artist Gordon Parks Free Zoom Meeting Join us on Wednesday evening, April 20, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. when REPAIR explores the amazing story of Gordon Parks and his legacy for later generations of socially engaged artists. We’ll welcome a panel of experts including Emily Keating of the […]

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Whose Rights Are on the Line? A Conversation About Race, Human Rights, and Roe v. Wade

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Join us for a May 26th REPAIR Free Zoom Special Event with Janee Woods Weber, an attorney, community activist, and Executive Director of the CT Womens Education and Legal Fund. She'll help us understand how women's rights, racial justice, and religious freedom intersect in important ways and how we can ensure our voices are heard […]

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What’s So Scary About a Book?

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What do The Color Purple by Alice Walker, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain all have in common? Two things: All of these books grapple with the terrible American legacy of racial injustice and oppression. And all […]

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Climate Justice: An Urgent Issue of Our Time (In-person and Zoom Event)

Church of St. Barnabas 15 N. Broadway, Irvington, NY

“These same exploits that are causing climate change on a massive scale … are causing very immediate health problems in areas inhabited by black and brown people. You can’t afford to not care about it when you’re part of these marginalized communities.” --Corina Newsome, Georgia Southern University Join us in person or via Zoom on […]

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