climate change, climate justice, eco-justice, ecology, Fortress Press, Hilda P. Koster, Planetary Solidarity
22 Friday Apr 2022
19 Thursday Dec 2019
climate change, climate justice, COP25, eco-justice, gender justice, Panel, sustainability, UN, World Council of Churches
What a pleasure to be on this panel on “Climate Justice” at COP25 in Madrid, Spain.
I discussed how racism, colonialism, empire, white privilege, sexuality, ableism, classism all intersect and influence climate change.
I am inspired by those on the panel to share how #intersectionality can be used to address and demand for #climatejustice during this pivotal moment in time. #COP25 #WCC Continue reading
24 Sunday Mar 2019
climate justice, Dinesh Suna, eco-justice, Ecumenical Water Network, korea, Lutheran World Federation, Making Peace with the Earth, water, water justice, World Council of Churches
Here is my new piece for the World Council of Churches, “God’s Gift of Water”. The Ecumenical Water Network is doing a “Seven Weeks for Water 2019” and I am delighted to be part of this series.
Many thanks to Dinesh Suna who is the Coordinator of the Ecumenical Water Network at the World Council of Churches. Continue reading
03 Wednesday Oct 2018
book review, climate justice, eco-justice, Fortress Press, gender justice, Planetary Solidarity, The Presbyterian Outlook
So delighted to see this review of my co-edited book, Planetary Solidarity in the Presbyterian Outlook.
It is reviewed by Dr. Cynthia Holder Rich who serves on the faculty of theology at Tumaini University Makumira in Arusha, Tanzania, and is the founder and director of ecclesio.com. Continue reading
23 Monday Nov 2015
bottled water, COP21, eco-justice, ecology, Paris, Sojourners, WCC
I am scheduled to attend COP21 in Paris in 2 weeks with the World Council of Churches and Sojourners.
Here is my latest for Sojourner’s blog, “COP21 Is Coming. What Will World Leaders Talk About?” Please do share it. It is posted here.
18 Wednesday Nov 2015
Alexis Presseau Maloof, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, eco-justice, Eerdmans, Embracing the Other, Palgrave, palgrave macmillan, prophetic voice, The House We Live In
I am so honored and delighted that Alexis Presseau Maloof wrote this article,“A Prophetic Voice for Eco-Justice Grace Ji-Sun Kim” for Horizons Magazine (November/December 2015).
Alexis read my books and interviewed me this past January for her article in Horizons. She did a fabulous job of capturing my theological writing (Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit) and work on climate justice. Alexis covers my involvement with the World Council of Churches, COP and eco-justice. Thank you so much Alexis! Continue reading
08 Monday Apr 2013
Asian Christianity, church, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, eco-justice, grace ji-sun kim, honor shame, immigration, racism, Rev. William Kuntz, stewardship, t.v., Taking the Initiative, women, women's issues
On March 18th 2003, I was interviewed by Rev. William Kuntz for his show, Taking the Initiative.
This show, “is a television show which highlights the good work being done in our communities. Continue reading
04 Thursday Apr 2013
Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, consumption, Don St. John, eco-justice, ecology, exploitation, grace ji-sun kim, Kelly Denton-Borhaug, Moravian College, Moravian Theological Seminary, religion department, sustainability
I was invited by Moravian College’s Religion Department to give a lecture entitled, “Exploitation, Consumerism, and Eco-Justice” to fit the college’s “In Focus” theme this year on “Sustainability” (April 2, 2013). I have given lots of lectures and talks in the past, but for some reason, I was really nervous all day before my 7p.m. lecture. A colleague said to me at noon that ‘if I was a good procrastinator, I wouldn’t be nervous until evening….” Continue reading
23 Saturday Mar 2013
climate change, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, consumerism, Don St. John, eco-justice, exploitation, grace ji-sun kim, han, InFocus, Kelly Denton-Borhaug, Moravian College, Moravian Theological Seminary, palgrave macmillan, sustainability
The Moravian College Religion Department
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
7:00 p.m. U.B.C. Rm, H.U.B.
“Exploitation, Consumerism, and Eco-Justice“
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Ph.D.
Globalism, colonialism, and consumerism have caused unjust suffering (han) for the Continue reading