Faithful Voter Reflection Guide Discussion

Faithful Voter Reflection Guide Discussion

June 9th at 7 pm ET/4 pm PT

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As people of faith and conscience across the country, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. Voting is how we create a society based on our shared values. 

Join Rev. Susan Hendershot, Interfaith Power & Light’s President, to discuss Interfaith Power & Light's multi-issue Faithful Voter Reflection Guide.

Speakers include:

William J. Barber III, ​Director of Climate and Environmental Justice at The Climate Reality Project

Mary Novak, Executive Director at NETWORK

Gayla Tillman, Policy Associate at Georgia Interfaith Power & Light

We’ll discuss the guide’s key themes and share how you can use it this year.​ ​Every election year is significant, and 2022 is certainly no exception. The outcome will impact our nation’s response to climate change for years to come.

The guide discusses many of the defining moral issues of our time that are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, and threats to global public health and security.

Whether you use it at the kitchen table, in a house of worship, at a community forum, or at an event with political candidates, we hope it helps you and your community navigate the urgent moral questions facing our nation.​