Defending The Earth: Indigenous Voices Demand Environmental Justice
The American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions invites you and your community to join us for this exclusive virtual screening of the acclaimed documentary film, THE CONDOR AND THE EAGLE, which portrays the leadership and contributions of several Indigenous climate activists working across the American continent to protect their communities and the Earth. While the colonial system of exploitation and extraction continues to disregard humanity’s sacred connection with the natural world, this award-winning film tells the stories of Indigenous climate activists persistently demanding environmental justice.
This event is inclusive, free to those who are unable to financially support. For those who are able to give a monetary donation, suggested donations on a sliding scale of $15-100 are requested in lieu of a flat ticket price. Please register to attend and make a donation according to your financial context
2021/06/30 - 2021/06/30
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Join us after the film to hear our panelists discuss how we can move forward in these environmental justice efforts as a collective. Panelists Casey Camp-Horinek, Bryan Parras, Isaac “Papa Bear” Cardenas, and Karla Aguilar will unpack the themes of the film and discuss the work that they are each engaged in as Indigenous people in this challenging time.