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Merriam-Webster defines solidarity as “unity (as of a group or class) that produces or is based on community of interests, objectives, and standards.

From TEC Creation Care Pledge:

We will stand with those most vulnerable to the harmful effects of environmental degradation and climate change – women, children, poor people and communities of color, refugees, and migrants.

The following links offer ways that we can stand and work with vulnerable communities – low income, marginalized, communities of color, coastal communities, or any that are endangered by catastrophic climate change – in addition to all of creation because we are all affected by climate change. Whatever impacts one of us impacts all. As our faith calls us to love one another, implicit in that love is acting in support of one another.


Climate and Racism

Disproportionate Impact

Global Food Solidarity

How Climate Change Impacts the World

Human Rights and Climate Change (particularly pp. 2-5)

San Diego Organizations for Change:

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