Climate Justice Community Forum at Global Justice Center

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PROGRAM (subject to change)
Please plan to arrive by 11AM so we can begin on time!
10:30-11:00am Arrive for check-in, participate in multi-media installations and activities
11:00 Opening, short keynote by Kim Smith and Makai Lewis of
Nihigaal bee iina (Journey for Existence, organizers from Navajo Nation)
12:00 Workshops, series 1 (select one)
1:00 Lunch, catered by Mariposas Sin Fronteras
2:00 Workshops, series 2 (select one)
2:45 Next Steps / Action Steps
3:30-4 Closing
WORKSHOP OFFERINGS
(Titles and order subject to change)
Series One (morning)
Geographical Barriers in Tucson offered by Flowers and Bullets and UNIDOS
Migration and Climate Change offered by Todd Miller, author of Border Patrol Nation
The True Cost of Energy: Tucson’s coal power and its impacts on the Navajo Nation offered by Nihigaal bee iina, Journey for Existence (organizers from Navajo Nation)
Series Two (afternoon)
Transit and Transportation Justice offered by the Bus Rider’s Union and BICAS
Coal Pollution and Tucson’s Energy Future offered by Dan Millis of the Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter and Larissa Diaz, senior at Changemaker High School
Meet Rising Tide Tucson: What’s coming down the pipeline in the Southwestoffered by Rising Tide

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