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June 2018

Join ECA at the Poor People’s March in Washington, D.C.

June 23
Washington, D.C. Washington,DCUnited States

Join ECA Members at at the Poor People's Campaign March in Washington D.C. in June 23, 2018. JOIN Elders Climate Action and Conscious Elders Network – as we come together to support the POOR PEOPLE’s CAMPAIGN – organizing other elders, along with thousands of other concerned, caring citizens on June 23rd in Washington DC   This campaign is a continuation of the work of the Rev Martin Luther King who 50 years ago called for a Poor People’s Campaign and…

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July 2018

WEBINAR 1: Our Elder Role in Standing for Social and Environmental Justice

July 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Zoom

Special Guest Speaker, Heather Booth and Elder Activists, John Sorensen and Lynne Iser This webinar will focus on how we can effectively organize as elders to expand our reach, strengthen our resolve and provide a sustainable future  for all children. Our dynamic keynote speaker, Heather Booth, has a lifetime of experience successfully organizing citizens to bring about social change. Heather will be followed by a discussion led by Elder Activists, John Sorensen and Lynne Iser, who will discuss how we…

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WEBINAR 2: Communicating for Climate Action

July 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Zoom

Special Guest Speaker, Bob Inglis, Executive Director of RepublicEn, Former South Carolina Republican Congressman and ECA Chapter Leaders, Grady McGonagill (Massachusetts), Hazel Chandler (Arizona), and John Sorensen, Shirley McGrath, Sheila Tarbett (Northern California). Hear from this former congressman’s work to educate the country about free-enterprise solutions to climate change. Inglis believes that with a true level playing field, free enterprise can deliver the innovation to solve climate change. But America’s climate policy needs to change. Change requires that conservative leaders step-up…

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August 2018

WEBINAR 3: Our Voice, Our Vote, Do Environmentalists Vote?

August 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Zoom

Special Guest Speaker, Nathaniel Stinnett, Environmental Voter Project and Elders Climate Action leaders, Hazel Chandler, Margo Frank and Jen Chandler Nathaniel Stinnett is the Founder & Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project, a non-partisan nonprofit that uses big data and behavioral science to identify non-voting environmentalists and then get them to vote. Learn the truth about who really votes in our country and why climate change and the environment have largely been ignored by our politicians. Following Nathaniel Stinnett’s discussion…

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WEBINAR 4: For the Grandchildren, Future Generations and all Life

August 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Zoom

Special Guest Speaker, Katharine Hayhoe and ECA’s Director of Operations, Jen Chandler In such a politically charged environment, are we still able to act on climate? Or is it too late? Climate scientist, Katharine Hayhoe gives us a view of the complex science connecting our choices to future impacts, the actions that are being taken to combat this critical issue today, and ways in which we elders can take action to turn back the trajectory of global warming. You have heard…

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September 2018

Join ECA in San Francisco! We’re hosting an event….

September 15 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco, 1187 Franklin Street
San Francisco,CAUnited States

Come join a deep examination of our elderhood and our needed, pivotal role in restoring the life-sustaining legacy for our grandchildren, future generations, and all life. We will explore our passions and skills to effect change and to build relationships for a thriving future. Saturday, September 15, 2018 9 am-4 pm First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco Martin Luther King Room 1187 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA Be an Elder Standing for the Earth and Humanity! For more information…

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