Nalsa And 350pdx Screening And Fundraiser For Sacred Stone

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NALSA at Lewis & Clark Law School says
Join the Native American Law Student Association and 350PDX as we stand in solidarity with the Sacred Stone Camp. On Monday, September 26, we will screen Law at the Margins' webinar, "Native American Communities Leading on Environmental Justice" featuring Dallas Goldtooth, Kanahus Manuel, Pennie Opal Plant, and Tara Houska. A short description of the webinar is below. Admission is free, and there is a suggested donation of $5-$10/person for the Standing Rock Sioux Legal Fund. Lemonade and cookies will be served.

About the location:
Screening will take place downstairs in the Legal Resource Center at the Lewis and Clark Law Campus. Limited parking is available by following the signs to Upper Griswald and walking down. A visitor permit will be available for $3.00 in the Upper Griswald lot. Signs will be provided. Carpooling and use of public transportation is encouraged.

About the program:
Panelists Tara Houska, Kanahus Manuel, Dallas Goldtooth,and Pennie Opal Plant discuss issues of environmental justice in North American indigenous communities.
Local grassroots organizing, the legislative process, deliberate intersectional collaboration, and the essential role of women and youth are all addressed. As indigenous communities fight to maintain their sovereignty and economic, spiritual, cultural, environmental, and physical health in a colonial, capitalistic system listen to the work that is being done and find ways to join in and support the movement.
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By: NALSA at Lewis & Clark Law School

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