To Love A Place: Voices of the Interfaith Climate Movement

"To Love a Place," is a monthly podcast hosted by MNIPL Campaign Coordinator, Claire Curran. It seeks to share stories of the interfaith climate movement in Minnesota. Across the state, people are doing incredible work on climate change, in their homes, their communities, and in their places of worship. "To Love a Place" seeks to captures these stories, and share them, to inspire and motivate others to take action. This monthly podcast will include an interview with a guest an activist, organizer, faith leader, academic, elected official, or community member, as we listen to their story, their faith tradition, and their inspiration for action. 



Listen to the third full episode To Love a Place: Go to the Margins, feautring Chaplain Brian Konkol, Rev. Gwin Pratt, and Sister Kathleen Mary Kiemen. 

Listen to the second full episode To Love a Place: Remember Our Ancestors, feautring  Ruhel Islam and Louis Alemayehu. 

Listen to the first full episode of "To Love a Place," featuring Chris Johnson of St Peter, MN.

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