This week Dare to Care by engaging with the July 30th "World Day Against Trafficking in Persons", read a tribute to Sister Jean McLoughlin, read about Goal #2 of the Laudato Si Community goals, and view a panel on Haiti "2 weeks after".
This week dare to read the "Trafficking in Persons Report", find out more on the damage from the record-breaking heatwave in B.C., learn about Critical Race Theory and find out Rev. Thomas G. Wenski's take on the crisis in Haiti.
This week we Dare you to read, a lot! Start with the USCSAHT Newsletter, hit Yes Magazine on climate justice, and a powerful article about the 4th of July, and Kathleen Bonnette's lastest on putting Laudato Si into action, then finish with a photo essay on the border wall! Phew!
Start off July by Daring to Care! Take a look at the USCSAH Calendar, attend a webinar on Solving the Plastic crisis, and read about Canada's Truth and Reconciliation efforts, and how this approach could help the in US.
Dare to take action this week! Advocate to protect groundwater in Wellington County, Ontario, Canada, watch a moving video with graduates of Caroline House sharing their experience and gratitude, and view a video on Voter Participation.
Join the AM and CP Human Trafficking Committees and the AM Haiti Committee for a webinar entitled, “The Year for the Elimination of Child Labor: Challenge and Hope,” on June 14th at 7:00 pm (ET). In honor of the World Day Against Child Labor.
Please watch, YES! Presents: Solving Plastics to learn the diverse ways communities are working toward a plastic-free world—and how you can get involved!” Even more action goodies inside this week's Dare to Care!
Dare to Care by joining a virtual conference created to inspire Catholics to deeply integrate Laudato Si’ and its climate change teaching into the U.S. Church. Also, read about the U.S. border crisis and join webinars for World Day Against Child Labor, and on Dismantling Racism.