Commit2Respond Video Playlist

Videos about Commit2Respond, from leaders and members like you

Building New Partnerships for Climate Justice: Commit2Respond and Indigenous Communities (June 24, 2015)

Alex Kapitan, one of the organizers of Commit2Respond, talks about the importance of crossing lines of difference to build new partnerships for climate justice, and how Commit2Respond is building relationships with Indigenous and First Nations peoples and other communities at the front lines of climate change and environmental degradation.  

 

Why Commit2Respond? Hope in the Face of Climate Change (June 10, 2015)

Climate change threatens everything we know and hold dear, and it also offers us new possibilities and opportunities. This inspirational and motivational video clip was created by Ward Pallotta and Klaus Obermeit of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Sarasota, FL.

 

Environmental Justice 101 (June 1, 2015)

Alex Kapitan describes the difference between an environmentalism framework and an environmental justice framework, particularly as it relates to climate change as a moral issue. 

 

Climate is a Religious Issue Because Climate is a Justice Issue (September 21, 2014)

Rev. Fred Small of Massachusetts shares why climate change is a religious issue, as he marches in the Peoples Climate March in New York, NY.

 

Climate Change is Central to Unitarian Universalist Justice Work (September 21, 2014)

Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley and Rev. Emilie Boggis share how climate justice is central to Unitarian Universalist justice work, as they march in the Peoples Climate March in New York, NY.

 

It's Time to Unify Unitarian Universalists for Climate Justice (September 21, 2014)

Unitarian Universalist climate justice organizer and activist Tim DeChristopher explains what Commit2Respond is all about and why it is so important, as he marches in the Peoples Climate March in New York, NY.

 

A Message from Rev. Kate Lore Aboard the People's Climate Train (September 18, 2014)

Rev. Kate Lore of First Unitarian Church in Portland, OR, winds her way to New York City aboard the People's Climate Train to take part in the People's Climate March on September 21. In this video clip, Rev. Lore shares why she cares about climate justice, why she’s going to the march, and why it's so vital to #Commit2Respond.



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  • commented 2016-03-22 19:55:40 -0400
    would love to be able to share one video at a time….. is there a way to do this that I’m not seeing? Thanks to all who helped create these wonderful resources.

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