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Joining Hands
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Eileen Schuhmann
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100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

Joining Hands is a part of the Presbyterian Hunger Program

Joining Hands

Joining Hands is committed to justice, restoration of the Earth and the abundant life promised by God for all people.  Read More


Food and the Climate Crisis

The Joining Hands (JH) Initiative of PHP analyzes how free trade agreements, the extractive industries, land grabs, and the corporatization of seeds are increasing poverty and hunger while also contributing to climate change. JH mobilizes people in focused campaigns to tackle these systemic issues both in the United States and abroad as a witness to the wholeness of God’s creation.

Download our new poster on Food and the Climate Crisis  


What You Can Do

Go! Travel to places where JH is active to meet with people suffering injustices and experience the reality of organizing for systemic change www.pcusa.org/trips

Join! If you are an individual passionate about fighting systemic causes of poverty, there’s a place for you around the table. Contact valery.nodem@pcusa.org for more information on joining one of our three campaign tables: food & land, extractives & water and trade reform.  Let’s problem solve together!

Act! Respond to requests for action from our global partners through letter writing, engaging members of Congress, conscious consumerism, study groups, hosting international visitors, speaking, vigils and prayer.

 

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  • There will be a delegation going to Bolivia in Sept. 2014. I am interested in presenting the Joining Hands project to any interested congregation. Let me know if any members of your congregation are interested in participating in the delegation or the program. by Jean Gregory on 05/19/2014 at 12:52 a.m.

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