Brent Florendo, Native Nations Liaison with the Native American Studies program at SOU, will be our guest speaker
SOCAN will meet in room 132 in the Higher Education Center (HEC), 101 S. Bartlett Street, Medford for this meeting only.
Supporting the leadership and sovereignty of indigenous nations and tribal peoples, whose lands we have occupied and exploited, is critical to the success of the climate movement. To do this, we must work to heal from the effects of all past and current policies aimed at the destruction of indigenous peoples and the stealing of their resources. It is possible to limit the effects of human-caused climate change and restore the environment, but some very large changes in our economy and the lives we live are needed for this to happen. Join Southern Oregon Climate Action Now for their next monthly general meeting on Tuesday October 29th at 6:00 pm in Room 132 of the SOU/RCC Higher Education Center in Medford (Note different location) as Brent Florendo, Native Nations Liaison with Southern Oregon University’s Native American Studies Program discusses:
- The Traditional Natural Law Relationship.
- Understanding the Source of Traditional Natural Law.
- The role of Hearing it, Learning it, Practicing it and Living it.
- How it is weaved into the fabric of addressing global warming.
SOCAN meetings are free and open to the public.