Earth Day Rally & Prayer Circle
          for Clean Energy & Jobs
            Tuesday, April 22
            4:00 p.m. sharp in the Rotunda
            Minnesota State Capitol, St. Paul
























              Rally Speakers (in order of appearance at the Rotunda)

    -            Javier Morillo-Alicea, President, SEIU Local 26

    -          Governor Mark Dayton

    -          U.S. Rep McCollum

    -          Rev. Peg Chemberlin, Executive Director, Minnesota Council of Churches

    -          Tim Gulden, Winona Renewable Energy

    -          State Senator John Marty

    -          Will Steger

    -          State Representative Melissa Hortman

    -          Priyanka Zylstra, Minneapolis South High School Student

     -        Song led by YEA! MN youth

        Prayer Circle Leaders (on the capitol stairs)

    -           Rabbi Sim Glaser, Temple Israel

    -        Rev. Victoria Stafford, White Bear Lake UU

    -        Pastor Travis Norvell, Judson Baptist

    -        Bob Klanderud, Native Spiritual Leader

    -        Kaia Svien, Mindfulness for Changing Times

    -         Conie Borchardt, Musician

    -         Fatawu Sayibu, Tiyumba African Dance Company

           Thank you to members of the Clean Energy & Jobs Campaign for arranging the Rally speakers

               (Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota arranged for Rev. Peg Chemberlin, and
    Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light arranged and organized the Prayer Circle)

LCPPM Mission Statement:

Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota, in response to God's love, seeks to engage all people of faith in the promotion of public policy that supports peace, justice and care for all of God's Creation.

The LCPPM is one of 11 state public policy offices of the ELCA. Our ministry of advocacy for the ELCA is expressed through partnership with the six ELCA synods and ELCA World Hunger.


09-Jan   Tammy Walhof started as new director of LCPPM

25-Feb   Legislative Session began  

22-Apr  Earth Day Rally at the Capitol

Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses on the church door in 1517.

He challenged any comers to a public scholarly discussion on the items outlined in the theses.


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