October 20, 2022
Online with Rev. Leeann Culbreath at 7:30pm EDT
Western culture compartmentalizes social and environmental issues, which often puts movements for healing and justice in competition rather than collaboration. How can people of faith resist this and work together, with God, on the exquisite tapestry of liberation for all Creation? In this webinar led by The Rev. Leeann Culbreath, we will explore intersections of ecological care and justice with other movements for liberation, particularly the movement to abolish prisons and immigrant detention. Together, we will identify ways to build collective, connective strength and hope in the face of myriad systems of oppression.
Rev. Culbreath is a priest in the Diocese of Georgia, where she founded and leads the Creation Care Commission. For the past six years, she has catalyzed local, statewide, and national efforts to abolish immigrant jails and accompany those harmed by the detention system in their journeys of freedom and justice. She is a co-facilitator for the Episcopal Migration Ministries Asylum and Detention Ministry Network and serves on the steering committee for Georgia Detention Watch. Her environmental activism began in childhood, when she saved money from her newspaper route to help save the endangered California condor.
Hosted by the Center for Deep Green Faith