"Who are my People?" about environmental struggles, Indigenous lands and Native Peoples.
With 2000 hours of production and editing, this is an amazingly in-depth film!
The Film maker and several tribal elders and leaders are attending from Yuma, Needles, NV and Arizona.
Suggested Donations $4-10 for gas and donations, but no one turned away for lack of funds. INFO >> www.ActivistSanDiego.org/node/4284
The LA Times indicates, we are at a “Flashpoint” between competing value-systems. Bodies have been exhumed, and geoglyphs destroyed, in an area that is a long-term indigenous settlement. “Who Are My People?” depicts how the world's energy firms like Solar Millennium, the German Solar Giant, have met their match in a small group of Native American elders, in the hottest desert on the planet.
The film takes us behind the scenes of two of the largest solar projects in the world, "fast tracked" by US renewable energy policies.
Jorge for Activist San Diego KNSJ.org is the Media Sponsor for this event.
-- Jorge 619-952-5569 <= For more info. => Martin 619-871-9354 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Monday, June 17th @ 7 pm
Join a KNSJ-fm 89.1 & Media Justice forum!
plus the June 17th ASD Gen. Meeting & Activist Board Elections:
Without access to information and the media, Democracy is empty.
How do we open the public airwaves including launching KNSJ?
ASD's annual meeting to elect new ASD Board members. Become a member, vote:
For further info call 619-871-9354
Prop 8 & DOMA: Day Of Decision:
Win or Lose, We're Not Done Yet!www.ActivistSanDiego.org/node/4286
The US Supreme Court is about to make its decision on the legality of CA's Prop 8 and the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The date is unknown at this time, so be prepared to mobilize and join us at the Hillcrest Pride Flag for a rally with speakers and a march on the day when they are announced. Then join us afterward at the SD LGBT Center at 7:30pm for more activities in response to the decision. www.ActivistSanDiego.org/node/4286