North State Climate Action is thrilled to offer a special virtual film screening and panel discussion of the award-winning documentary:
“The Condor and The Eagle”
~ THIS INSPIRING FILM OFFERS HOPE IN THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES AND REMINDS US OF OUR DEEP INTERCONNECTEDNESS WITH THE EARTH AND ONE ANOTHER!
Thursday November 19, 2020
4:30pm – 7pm
The 70 min film will start at 4:30pm Pacific time. Immediately following the film there will be a special panel discussion (~ 6pm) featuring the film protagonists Casey Camp-Horinek and Patricia Gualinga as well as Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr. who will be the panel moderator for the discussion, and Francisco Morales who is an Indigenous member of the Aymara community in Argentina and United Religions Initiative trustee. NSCA is thrilled to have Jonathon Freeman, Founder and Director of Native Roots Network (NRN), a nexus of traditional wisdom, cultural innovation and cross-cultural education to advance Native communities OR another NRN representative joining the discussion.
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