This virtual panel and conversation explored the critical role that non-violent protest plays in US democracy—and how religion & race are shaping eco-activist, anti-pipeline movements today. Joined by Director/Producer Brian McDermott, De Sales University, the panelists include Sister Bernice Klostermann, Adorers of the Blood of Christ, Malinda Harnish Clatterbuck, Lancaster Against Pipelines, Dr. Lee Smithey, Swarthmore College. The Panel was moderated by Dr. Mark Clatterbuck, Department of Religion at Montclair State University. Department Co-Sponsors include Justice Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, Earth & Environmental Studies.

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