CreatureKind, Jewish Initiative for Animals, & Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry invite you to an important interfaith panel about connecting the efforts of institutional sustainability groups, social justice teams, and animal and food advocacy in religious communities.
Industrial farming has a profound effect on earth’s resources and the natural world. It produces enormous quantities of waste and pollution while threatening the health of workers and nearby residents and damaging ecosystems.
Faith in Food: Adopting Earth-Friendly Practices in Religious Communities will include perspectives from religious leaders who represent Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and Unitarian Universalist communities. The panelists will explore how religious communities can take action in solidarity with climate, farmed animal, and food justice advocates.
This will be a 90 minute zoom webinar, where the first 60 minutes is focused on learning from panelists and the last 30 are focused on Q&A from the audience. See our panel of experts below.
Program sponsored by the Better Food Foundation.