Harvard Divinity School to Host Climate Justice Week

Harvard Divinity School is hosting a student-led Climate Justice Week from April 10 – 14. This week will provide an opportunity for HDS students and members of the Harvard community to build connections, activate their passion around environmental justice, and understand the role that religion, spirituality, and the Divinity School play in the conversation around climate.

During Harvard Divinity School’s Climate Justice Week, HDS students, faculty, and staff will join the Harvard community in celebrating Earth Month by responding to the urgency of the climate crisis. Harvard Divinity School will center themes of witness and activation throughout the week.

Events include an opening ceremony at Williams Chapel on Monday, April 10th; a student panel titled “Climate Justice as Racial Justice” on Tuesday, April 11th; a conversation between writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit and HDS Writer-in-Residence Terry Tempest Williams on Wednesday, April 12th; an Art and Activism Workshop with Angelo Baca on Thursday, April 13th; a Climate Justice Open Mic Night on Thursday, April 13th; and many more.

Read more about the week’s themes and events on the Harvard Divinity School website.