INTERFAITH REFLECTIONS April 2, 2021 ISN Endorses ‘OUR FUTURE LOS ANGELES/SB 679’ March 31, 2021 ISN Endorses Plastics-Free CA March 30, 2021 Climate Justice Call to Action March 12, 2021 ISN Supports THRIVE February 15, 2021 In the Spirit of MLK - Recording Now Available January 19, 2021 ISN Supports NoHo Home Alliance December 14, 2020 A Peter Yarrow Video for Hanukkah December 14, 2020 Get Involved with ISN! November 30, 2020 Interfaith Thanksgiving Service - ATTEND HERE! November 24, 2020 Why is your faith passionate about social justice? August 18, 2020 June 9 Un-housed in Coronavirus Event - WATCH IT NOW! August 5, 2020
Welcome to INTERFAITH REFLECTIONS. As a partner in Interfaith Solidarity Network, you are warmly invited to join in this interfaith dialogue. Whether you're a member of the clergy or a lay member of a congregation, please send your Interfaith Reflections submission (of any length) to Andy Carmichael, Communications Chair...
The ISN Housing Justice Committee has endorsed Our Future Los Angeles/SB 679. We demand a future where everyone has a safe, healthy and quality home – housing for all –in a strong and vibrant neighborhood of their choice; where everyone can succeed because we have dismantled the structures that create and...
It is time for Californians to take action! Global plastic production is approaching one million tons per day, negatively impacting our climate - beginning with the extraction of fossil fuels. It also harms our communities and ecosystems, with waste mismanagement resulting in plastic waste accumulating in our cities and streets...
Sacred People Sacred Earth: a Climate Justice Call to Action   CLICK HERE FOR RECORDING  THEN INPUT PASSCODE: wZ3dbVF^ (We suggest you copy and  paste the Passcode) This Zoom event took place Thursday, March 11 at 11:00 am. The 11th hour of the 11th day, symbolizing the urgency that we face. Why: How can we accelerate...

ISN Supports THRIVE

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We believe the THRIVE AGENDA is the next iteration of combining economic and environmental recovery now, in the context of Covid. More details here