Recommended reading on Black Lives Matter
What is intersectional activism? This new network explores new approaches to environmentalism that support social justice.
How are racism and the climate connected? A series of speakers discuss privilege, climate and race in this discussion evening from Christian Climate Action
With racial injustice high on the agenda, how will Christians respond to this moment in history, asks Otis Moss III in Sojourners’ Magazine.
Green Christian, of which Joy in Enough is a part, is supporting the Build Back Better campaign, which launches this week. We have put our name to it because we … Continue reading Build Back Better
Tony Emerson, Dulwich Hamlet FC fan, writes about how football can build community, pride and belonging in a fairer economy. The economist Daniel Bromley, in his publication Possessive Individualism: a … Continue reading No I in TEAM – football in the new economy
Growth is a positive word. We grow plants and trees and crops. Our children grow. Personal growth implies new learning and deeper understanding. It’s hardly surprising that economic growth sounds … Continue reading The idol of growthism
Season of Creation is an ecumenical initiative that brings together millions of Christians around the world to consider the environment during September. Each year there is a theme, with A … Continue reading Season of Creation highlights economic justice
Peter Grimwood reflects on the pandemic, repentence, consumerism and a grace filled society. 2020 has proved to be the year we were not expecting. It was not supposed to be … Continue reading 2020 – the year we were not expecting