PROTECT OUR PUBLIC LANDS TOUR: FOR A JUST AND RENEWABLE ENERGY FUTURE JULY 18-31, 2016

07/19/2016 01:31 pm ET Updated Jul 19, 2016
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Stories from Dine (Navajo) Nation of Dooda (No) Desert Rock Power Plant

“Since contact, our voices have been the target for silencing for the greed, consumption, and power of the colonial settler society. Time has come for us to be silent no more. This is an opportunity for our voices to not only be heard, but amplified to stop the environmental and human injustices related to fossil fuel energy, while joining with people across this land to become one voice against the violence to us and all our relations.”

                                    – Paulette Blanchard, Absentee Shawnee

From July 18-31, 2016, over twenty Indigenous storytellers and elders will be caravanning across the U.S. on the Protect Our Public Lands Tour to:

 

 You can meet the POPLA caravan at these events!

 

For social media, go to:

 

This is a project of the Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network (LiKEN), a link-tank for policy-relevant research toward post-carbon livelihoods and communities. Co-organizers and co-sponsors are: Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on the Human Rights Impacts of Fracking, Intertribal Council on Utility Producers, Paper Rocket Productions, Food & Water Watch, and Kentucky Environmental Foundation.

 

For more information, visit LiKEN’s website: http://www.likenknowledge.org/

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