KIPL presents “Faith, Race and Climate Change: How global warming is a civil rights issue”

Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light presents an important event exploring the connections between climate change and civil rights. “Faith, Race and Climate Change: How global warming is a civil rights issue” will be hosted at 6:30 PM on October 25th at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage (1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd).

Our speaker will be award-winning educator and Civil Rights Walk of Fame inductee Reverend Gerald Durley. Rev. Durley works closely with the national Interfaith Power and Light movement and has been engaged in the issues of our times for more than 50 years.

Come join us as we address what the NAACP Climate Justice Initiative acknowledges as “one of the most important civil rights issues of our times.” Visit www.kentuckyipl.org for reservations and details.
This event is in support of Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light’s Greening West Louisville program which works to help congregations reduce their energy use.
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