"To transform society this decade—the clear task science has set before us—we need transformational leadership. We need feminine and feminist climate leadership, which is wide open to people of any gender."
So argue Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Dr. Katharine K. Wilkinson in All We Can Save, a new anthology of essays and poems written by women at the forefront of the climate movement. Contributors include Janine Benyus, adrienne maree brown, Katharine Hayhoe, and Naomi Klein.
To foster “generous dialogue” about the book's core questions and themes, Fondren Library’s Green Team is launching an All We Can Save book circle. Circle members will participate in a series of small group discussions about the book's core questions and themes, not only deepening their understanding of climate challenges and solutions, but also connecting with others with shared interests. We anticipate holding 10 weekly meetings on Zoom, beginning in late October.
Interested in participating? Please fill out this brief form by Tuesday, October 20: https://forms.gle/ven96gryZf6FZzsr7
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Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson’s virtual talk “What is Climate Justice Now?”
Monday, October 12 at 6 pm: https://enst.rice.edu/planet-now
“Justice and Transformation: Houston Women on Climate Action,” a virtual panel discussion featuring four local women climate justice leaders.
Wednesday, October 28 at 6 pm: https://tinyurl.com/JusticeAndTransformation
Lisa Spiro, email@example.com