On June 3rd, from 4-6pm, communities from across southern Oregon and northern California will gather at the SOU campus to raise awareness around indigenous sovereignty, environmental justice, climate action, and community resistance against large fossil fuel projects like the Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal and the Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline.
The event will take place on traditional Shasta and Takelma Territory (Learn more about the traditional territory that you live on at www.native-land.ca).
Join water protectors from across the area and internationally-renowned activist, and writer, Winona LaDuke. Winona LaDuke works on issues of sustainable development, renewable energy and food systems. She lives on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota and will be sharing about her work on seed sovereignty, fighting the Line 3 tarsands pipeline and indigenous rights.
The proceeds from the event will go towards Winona LaDuke’s organization, Honor The Earth and the Next Generation Climate Justice Action Camp . Honor the Earth is a national advocacy group encouraging public support and funding for Native environmental groups. Learn more about Honor the Earth at www.honorearth.org.
The Next Generation Climate Justice Action Camp organized by the Civil Liberties Defense Center and Rogue Climate. This empowering week long youth action camp provides the necessary knowledge and skills to organize for climate justice while building leadership development and direct action skills in a fun and interactive environment. Art curriculum at camp is organized by Signal Fire. Learn more and apply to camp at www.rogueclimate.org/camp.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about issues happening right here, right now.
Tickets will be available at the door or online. Tickets are $10 for students, $20 for general admission, and free for Native and indigenous community members.
To purchase a ticket, go to: www.rogueclimate.org/just_resist. For free tickets, email email@example.com or call 541-301-9204