We carried out Exodus from Fossil Fuel: An Interfaith Witness for Climate Action at the Massachusetts Statehouse on Monday in Holy Week, shortly before Passover, on March 26, 2018. Deep thanks to Andrew Mudge of Blackkettle Films, who donated his time and skills to make this inspiring 4-minute video.
Margaret leads a Christian ceremony of repentance for the Doctrine of Discovery, which is then burned and buried under a pine tree, as part of an Iroquois Peace Tree ceremony. The ceremony took place on October 7, 2017, at Agape Community in Hardwick, MA, where Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Beatrice Menase Kwe Jackson, and other Native American leaders and elders gathered with hundreds of people for “Listening to Native Voices: Standing Rock is Everywhere.”
National Religious Coalition on Creation Care (NRCCC) recognizes the work and spiritual vision of Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas by giving her the 2016 Steward of God’s Creation award, on Sept. 12, 2016, in Washington D.C. After introductions by Connie Hanson, Rev. Tom Carr, and Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb, Margaret describes her three-part “framework of the heart” for spiritual resilience in a time of climate crisis.
Margaret is one of the speakers in a video produced for Harvard Heat Week, a series of rallies, vigils, and round-the-clock sit-ins in April 2015 to push Harvard to divest from fossil fuels
Interviewed in 2015 by KC Golden, interim chair of the 350.org board, Margaret speaks about how to maintain hope in the midst of the climate crisis.