The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York's (UUCY) Social Justice Committee and Engaged are excited to announce that Associate Mennonite Pastor Malinda Clatterbuck will speak on the power of non violent resistance in Lancaster.
Malinda and her husband Mark are leaders of the Lancaster Against Pipelines movement, supporting the Adorers of Christ in a standoff with a billion dollar corporation ramming through a pipeline before the nun’s legal avenues have been exhausted. She is one of the Lancaster Chapel 23 arrested for what was a beautiful display of non-violent resistance. Engaged/Indivisible York and RiseUp members endorsed our support of this threat to property rights, to environmental health, and to religious expression. Many priests, nuns, Unitarians, Methodist ministers and a Buddhist were arrested with the Chapel 23.
Lancaster Against Pipelines is a model for inter-faith and green faith movements.
Sunday, November 19th 3-4.30, Carriage House.. Please rsvp in comments below. UUCY, 925 South George Street, York, Pa. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or in comments below. BREAKOUT TO DISCUSSION GROUPS INCLUDED.
925 S George St
York, PA 17403
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