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DENYING ACCESS! No DAPL to No DAPL
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM
UMass Amherst
ILC S140

"Jason Corwin (Seneca, Deer Clan) is the Executive Director of the Seneca Media and Communications Center. He has been a lifelong photographer, videographer, and independent media producer, working especially on Indigenous rights and environmental issues. Jason has a PhD in Natural Resources from Cornell University and has done extensive work on the intersection of digital storytelling, Indigenous ways of knowing, and environmental education.

He made four trips to Oceti Sakowin camp at Standing Rock to document the water protectors movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). When he and other Senecas returned home they worked with environmental organizations and concerned citizens to successfully stop NAPL - the Northern Access Pipeline, which was slated to transport fracked gas upstream from their territories. This is the story of Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL.

Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL is a gripping 90 minute documentary chronicling the Water Protectors at Standing Rock and Seneca Territory working to oppose the Dakota Access and Northern Access Pipelines. This Indigenous-led movement brought together people from around the world in an unprecedented call for the recognition of Indigenous rights and an end to a destructive fossil fuel industry. Senecas went in large numbers to "stand with Standing Rock” against DAPL and came home to find another pipeline, NAPL, being planned just upstream from their territories.

A CATERED RECEPTION is included! and a discussion with the film maker after the film."
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DENYING ACCESS! No DAPL to No DAPL
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM
UMass Amherst
ILC S140

Jason Corwin (Seneca, Deer Clan) is the Executive Director of the Seneca Media and Communications Center. He has been a lifelong photographer, videographer, and independent media producer, working especially on Indigenous rights and environmental issues. Jason has a PhD in Natural Resources from Cornell University and has done extensive work on the intersection of digital storytelling, Indigenous ways of knowing, and environmental education. 

He made four trips to Oceti Sakowin camp at Standing Rock to document the water protectors movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). When he and other Senecas returned home they worked with environmental organizations and concerned citizens to successfully stop NAPL - the Northern Access Pipeline, which was slated to transport fracked gas upstream from their territories. This is the story of Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL.

Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL is a gripping 90 minute documentary chronicling the Water Protectors at Standing Rock and Seneca Territory working to oppose the Dakota Access and Northern Access Pipelines. This Indigenous-led movement brought together people from around the world in an unprecedented call for the recognition of Indigenous rights and an end to a destructive fossil fuel industry. Senecas went in large numbers to stand with Standing Rock” against DAPL and came home to find another pipeline, NAPL, being planned just upstream from their territories.

A CATERED RECEPTION is included! and a discussion with the film maker after the film.

 

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I bet he'd meet with the little shits from Coventry tho- their mommies & daddies have the $$$ to make him listen.

McConnell is an example of what's wrong in government today. Unfortunately he knows how to play the game and has King like powers in the senate

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"Are soils, farms & forests part of the solution to climate change?" Of course they are! And we've know it for years now. Let's start acting on it in the little time we have left.

 

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THANK YOU INDIA & CHINA for literally making the world greener by planting trees

Thousands of kids hit the streets #schoolstrike4climate in London today, and all around England. Heres Brighton. Photo by Eddie Mitchell
Youth-produced documentary, Under Pressure. Premiering one night only at the Greenfield Garden Cinema,

Under Pressure explores the complex truth of natural gas as an energy source as well as the struggles of local families and small businesses as they attempt to rebuild their lives after the Merrimack Valey disaster.

Premieres Thursday, February 14th
Greenfield Garden Cinema, 7:00 PM
Admission $9.50, $8.50 for students, children under 12, seniors 62+
February gathering is in Northampton

Can part of the solution to climate change be found in our soils, farms and forests?

Lets explore nature’s promising solutions to heal the ecosystem & mitigate climate change!  

*Please come at 6:45 for a special gallery viewing 
 
This is a  Multimedia Presentation from New CAN Work Group
For the second half of the evening, we break out into smaller groups.

Please join us.  Everyone is warmly welcomed! 
Feel the warmth of community and the strength of collective action as we move forward together at this critical moment in history.

Climate Action Now Monthly Gathering
February 25 , 2019
7 to 9 PM
Accessible/on bus line
(Newish) location: First Churches, Main St, Northampton
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