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Haul No! Rally to Stop Uranium Transport

October 10, 2017, 5:00pm - October 10, 2017, 10:00pm

Flagstaff City Council will be considering action to address uranium transport from Canyon Mine at 6pm on October, 10th, 2017. Join Haul No! and stand with us for sacred sites, water, and community health! Last City Council meeting the president of Energy Fuels (the company who owns Canyon Mine) attended, let's make sure we send a loud message that they are not welcome here (or anywhere)! City Council Agenda: www.flagstaff.az.gov/DocumentCenter/View/46325 More info: www.haulno.org #nonukes #haulno #leaveitintheground #defendthesacred

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Even if you cannot attend or don't want to, please at least share this for those who are able. If each of my friends donated $5 we would exceed our goals and make a huge impact on this community! ...

Irma Relief Benefit for Mari Bedaux, Haiti

September 24, 2017, 12:00pm - September 24, 2017, 4:00pm

Many of us know people who have been affected by recent natural desasters. This is deeply personal to my family because my husband's mother is living in a remote village in northern Haiti called Mari Bedaux that was hit particularly hard by Hurricane Irma. Mari Bedaux is not on any map and there are no roads there or running water, so we need to get them help, and fast. Mari Baraux isn’t on any map though there are 2,200 people living there, so we know it won’t be on any aid provider’s map either. In other words, we are the best hope for the people of Mari Baraux to get emergency relief supplies. We know that the only secure way to get aid to Haiti is through Western Union. We also know that the people most qualified to determine how aid is adminstered are community leaders on the ground in Haiti. Tony's mother and a council of elder women have decided what is needed most and who needs it. Tony's mother and her neighbor have been taking the horse to get money and buy supplies for their neighbors, including food and building supplies. We’re hoping to raise 3,000 dollars. You are invited to a benefit for the village of Mari Bedaux, Haiti. Tony’s mom’s town in Haiti, Mari Baraux suffered extensive damage from Hurricaine Irma. We will be having Haitian music and food at Saint Charles Tavern. Entrance is a suggested donation of $5-$10. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for helping us, our friends, our neighbors and our mom. Love, Fiona and Tony bit.ly/2f37i7T

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Please join us if you can. If you are able to donate even you time to set up, that would be amazing! Or just help out by shating this event and inviting people! Thank you Chukson for being an amazing city and community! ...

Irma Relief Benefit for Mari Bedaux, Haiti

September 24, 2017, 12:00pm - September 24, 2017, 4:00pm

Many of us know people who have been affected by recent natural desasters. This is deeply personal to my family because my husband's mother is living in a remote village in northern Haiti called Mari Bedaux that was hit particularly hard by Hurricane Irma. Mari Bedaux is not on any map and there are no roads there or running water, so we need to get them help, and fast. Mari Baraux isn’t on any map though there are 2,200 people living there, so we know it won’t be on any aid provider’s map either. In other words, we are the best hope for the people of Mari Baraux to get emergency relief supplies. We know that the only secure way to get aid to Haiti is through Western Union. We also know that the people most qualified to determine how aid is adminstered are community leaders on the ground in Haiti. Tony's mother and a council of elder women have decided what is needed most and who needs it. Tony's mother and her neighbor have been taking the horse to get money and buy supplies for their neighbors, including food and building supplies. We’re hoping to raise 3,000 dollars. You are invited to a benefit for the village of Mari Bedaux, Haiti. Tony’s mom’s town in Haiti, Mari Baraux suffered extensive damage from Hurricaine Irma. We will be having Haitian music and food at Saint Charles Tavern. Entrance is a suggested donation of $5-$10. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for helping us, our friends, our neighbors and our mom. Love, Fiona and Tony bit.ly/2f37i7T

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Nou tout se Mari Bedaux, Haiti

September 11, 2017, 11:00pm - September 24, 2017, 11:00pm

Hi, Everyone! Tony and I wanted to reach out to you for help. Tony’s mom’s town in Haiti, Mari Baraux, is underwater and without food or water. We are raising money to send to her to help feed the people in the town. As of now, they have nothing to eat at all, so we need to get them help, and fast. Sending food was our first thought, but even if it got to Haiti in time, there’s no chance it would get to her before someone else took it. As for government aid, since Mari Baraux isn’t on any map, it won’t be on any aid provider’s map either. In other words, we are the best hope for the people of Mari Baraux to get food and water. Tony and I are going to be sending Tony’s mom money through Western Union, and she and her neighbor will take a horse to get the money and then use it to buy food, water and medicine for their neighbors. It will also help them to rebuild their homes when the water recedes. We’re hoping to raise 3,000 dollars. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for helping us, our friends, our neighbors and our mom. Love, Fiona and Tony bit.ly/2f37i7T P.S. We will post screenshots (with names blurred out) as we make progress towards our goal. Tony's mom and neighbor will also send pictures of their progress as they rebuild Mari Bedaux.

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Teen Vogue's Native American Girls Describe the REAL History Behind Thanksg.... ...

Do YOU know the truth about Thanksgiving? Watch as six Native American girls school us on the real history of the holiday.

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New video of another jaguar in the Arizona borderlands. Border wall construction would tear apart both human and wildlife communities. Long live la vida fronteriza! ...

The Center for Biological Diversity released new video today of a wild jaguar in the United States. The footage, captured by a remote-sensor camera in the Chiricahua Mountains in Arizona, offers a stunning glimpse of the jaguar recently named “Sombra” by students at Paulo Freire Freedom School - University Campus in Tucson. The rosette spot patterns on the cat suggest this is the same individual photographed by the Bureau of Land Management in the Dos Cabezas Mountains in November 2016. According to the Arizona Game and Fish Department the jaguar in the photo is a male. The footage contains audio. This footage is available for media use by request by emailing CenterVideos@BiologicalDiversity.org Additional footage from the same remote camera also shows bears, a mountain lion, deer and a coati sharing the same habitat with Sombra. Since 2015, three wild jaguars have been spotted in Arizona: El Jefe, Yo'oko and Sombra. Since 1996 wild jaguars have appeared in nine different mountain ranges in Arizona and two mountain ranges in New Mexico. In March 2014 — as a result of legal action by the Center for Biological Diversity — jaguars received 764,207 acres of critical habitat in Arizona and New Mexico. Jaguars have always roamed the U.S. Southwest but were nearly driven to extinction in the 20th century. One of the greatest single threats to jaguar recovery in the United States is the proposed expansion of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, which would destroy the big cats' ancient migration paths. Footage by Russ McSpadden / Center for Biological Diversity

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared HaulNo's Canyon Mine "one week from mining.". ...

We've been checking into the statements made by the worker and will have further info soon. It is likely that it is not possible for them to start mining next week but we need to be prepared. Update: Canyon Mine "one week from mining." #haulno #stopcanyonmine

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared OMGFacts's What Native Americans couldn’t do before the 90s. ...

#NODAPL isn’t the first time Native Americans have had to fight for their rights

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Here's today's update! Help out just by sharing this event! A few dollars If You are capable. Thank you! ...

I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your generosity. We've raised over $1100 in just over a day, which we never could have anticipated. Tony was on the phone all day yesterday with people in Bedoux, making arrangements, and many families are receiving the first round of food and water today. The water is going down now in Mari Bedaux, so we can see the extend of the damage. If you look at the houses, the adobe holding the walls up has washed away, exposing them to the elements and making the houses very vulnerable to collapse (and some have collapsed, though I don't have those photos). We hope to be able to help the hardest-hit families rebuild their houses even stronger so the next storm is not so devastating. The link to donate directly to the families in Mari Bedaux with no overhead and almost immediate relief is here: pin www.paypal.me/MariBaraux

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Our first 24hrs we raised $1000! Thank you to everyone who donated & shared! However much more is needed to help this community! Please continue to promote this cause. Thank you so much! My heart is full with all the love! ...

Nou tout se Mari Bedaux, Haiti

September 11, 2017, 11:00pm - September 24, 2017, 11:00pm

Hi, Everyone! Tony and I wanted to reach out to you for help. Tony’s mom’s town in Haiti, Mari Baraux, is underwater and without food or water. We are raising money to send to her to help feed the people in the town. As of now, they have nothing to eat at all, so we need to get them help, and fast. Sending food was our first thought, but even if it got to Haiti in time, there’s no chance it would get to her before someone else took it. As for government aid, since Mari Baraux isn’t on any map, it won’t be on any aid provider’s map either. In other words, we are the best hope for the people of Mari Baraux to get food and water. Tony and I are going to be sending Tony’s mom money through Western Union, and she and her neighbor will take a horse to get the money and then use it to buy food, water and medicine for their neighbors. It will also help them to rebuild their homes when the water recedes. We’re hoping to raise 3,000 dollars. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for helping us, our friends, our neighbors and our mom. Love, Fiona and Tony bit.ly/2f37i7T P.S. We will post screenshots (with names blurred out) as we make progress towards our goal. Tony's mom and neighbor will also send pictures of their progress as they rebuild Mari Bedaux.

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared a post. ...

Well I'm absolutely BLOWN AWAY by all your generosity. In just 14 hours, we have reached 30% of the dream goal we never thought we'd reach. As soon as we are able to get in contact with Tony's mother (the power appears to be out), she'll send us an update and hopefully some pictures!

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Good morning to our amazing community. In just 10 hrs we raised $320 for Mari Bedaux, Haiti. That money is already enroute to buy food and water for those people who have lost everything. Please share this. Donate if you are able. Whatever you can do it will help immediately. Thank you! ...

Nou tout se Mari Bedaux, Haiti

September 11, 2017, 11:00pm - September 24, 2017, 11:00pm

Hi, Everyone! Tony and I wanted to reach out to you for help. Tony’s mom’s town in Haiti, Mari Baraux, is underwater and without food or water. We are raising money to send to her to help feed the people in the town. As of now, they have nothing to eat at all, so we need to get them help, and fast. Sending food was our first thought, but even if it got to Haiti in time, there’s no chance it would get to her before someone else took it. As for government aid, since Mari Baraux isn’t on any map, it won’t be on any aid provider’s map either. In other words, we are the best hope for the people of Mari Baraux to get food and water. Tony and I are going to be sending Tony’s mom money through Western Union, and she and her neighbor will take a horse to get the money and then use it to buy food, water and medicine for their neighbors. It will also help them to rebuild their homes when the water recedes. We’re hoping to raise 3,000 dollars. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for helping us, our friends, our neighbors and our mom. Love, Fiona and Tony bit.ly/2f37i7T P.S. We will post screenshots (with names blurred out) as we make progress towards our goal. Tony's mom and neighbor will also send pictures of their progress as they rebuild Mari Bedaux.

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Admin Summer here. This is very personal for loved ones. Please help if you can. Prayers and thoughts won't supply these people with food, water, or medicine. Please help us to reach our goals. An dollar or two will help so much. ...

Nou tout se Mari Bedaux, Haiti

September 11, 2017, 11:00pm - September 24, 2017, 11:00pm

Hi, Everyone! Tony and I wanted to reach out to you for help. Tony’s mom’s town in Haiti, Mari Baraux, is underwater and without food or water. We are raising money to send to her to help feed the people in the town. As of now, they have nothing to eat at all, so we need to get them help, and fast. Sending food was our first thought, but even if it got to Haiti in time, there’s no chance it would get to her before someone else took it. As for government aid, since Mari Baraux isn’t on any map, it won’t be on any aid provider’s map either. In other words, we are the best hope for the people of Mari Baraux to get food and water. Tony and I are going to be sending Tony’s mom money through Western Union, and she and her neighbor will take a horse to get the money and then use it to buy food, water and medicine for their neighbors. It will also help them to rebuild their homes when the water recedes. We’re hoping to raise 3,000 dollars. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for helping us, our friends, our neighbors and our mom. Love, Fiona and Tony bit.ly/2f37i7T P.S. We will post screenshots (with names blurred out) as we make progress towards our goal. Tony's mom and neighbor will also send pictures of their progress as they rebuild Mari Bedaux.

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared On va où ?'s post. ...

Que faisons nous au monde ? 😭 À partager sans modération pour faire prendre conscience à notre entourage de ce que l'on fait ... - What do we do to the world? 😭 To share without moderation to make aware to our entourage of what we do ...

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To all our warriors and relatives. We stand up together. Together we rise! ...

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared We Are The Media's post. ...

A new photo of Savanna Greywind's baby girl was recently shared by her boyfriend. The little girl, whose name is Haisley Jo Greywind-Matheny, survived a kidnapping which left her mother dead. We wanted to take this moment to remember Savanna Greywind and all kidnapped indigenous women.

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Indigenous Rising Media's album. ...

Today, in Dallas, TX, Water Protectors from the Dakotas to Ohio to Louisiana stood together to protest Energy Transfer Partners the company that is behind pipelines like DAPL, Bayou Bridge, Rover , Mariner, and Trans Pecos. This rally is one of many that will take place today and tomorrow across the country. The #STOPETP coalition is building a movement to hold Energy Transfer Partners accountable and to stop them from contaminating the water and violating human rights.

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Bioneers's Naelyn Pike: Protecting Indigenous Land and Future Generations. ...

"As indigenous people, we're not activists, we're not protesters, we're only trying to protect our land, protect what the creator has given us and protect our life and our identity as being indigenous, to protect those that are yet to be born." - Naelyn Pike Watch her speak at #Bioneers2017: sched.co/AitZ

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Justice That Works's event. ...

JTW Open Mic: A Community Response to Police Violence in Phoenix

September 14, 2017, 7:00pm - September 15, 2017, 2:00am

There are many ways to deal with trauma, anger, frustration, fear, pain, or rage. Writing, story telling, poetry, spoken word, hip-hop, and visual art are some of them. Sharing those works of art is another. Justice That Works with The Grand (more people and orgs being included) are helping to make space for people who want to share their artwork that is either about the circumstances that led up to, occured at, or are reflections of the State Sanctioned Police Violence in Phoenix on August 22, 2017. It will also be a good time to talk about any of your thought, feelings, or experiences about things like what happened in Charlottesville, the pardon of Arpio, the recent determination about DACA, or the hurican in Texas. This will also be a space for those who do not wish to share, but would appreciate seeing and/or hearing others processing through what has and continues to happen to our People. Signups will remain open so that people may come and go as they please and we will do our best to ensure that as many people want to get on stage will have the opportunity to do so. There will be a sign up sheet, but you will be able to sign up until the open mic has come to an end. Free & All Ages (((Disclaimer))) All are welcome to attend, and since it was not only adults who were harmed by what the Phoenix Police did, we believe the event should be accessible to people of all ages. However, it is very likely that some of the subject matter and/or the language may be abrasive or vulgar because of the events this open mic is a response to. So, if there are some things that you would prefer your children not be exposed to, please exercise caution when chosing to bring them.

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This Documentary About Water Protectors At Standing Rock Is Premiering At The Tribeca Film Festival

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared O'odham in Mexico 's event. …

March 25, 2017, 7:00am

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TUCSON: TIAA SUPERFUND SITE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD URGENCY
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Street Medic Training
Healing the Revolution

Global Justice Center
225 E 26th St Tucson, Az 85713
May 6th2017
From: 9:00am-4:00pm Both Days
$5-$10 Suggested Donation
***Cash Only***
However, No one will be turned away

Training Provided By: Marinah Farrell, President at the Midwives Alliance of North America and an active member of the Street Medic Group: Phoenix Urban Collective.

For those who are wanting to participate, we request for a commitment to both days and the full hours of training provided. This is to respect the time and commitment of our trainer.

To secure your spot please contact DeeDee at babydolphins2002@yahoo.com

Continental breakfast will be provided as well as a potluck style lunch for both days. For lunch, the main dish and drinks will be provided. We ask that participants bring a side dish or a desert. Your contribution to the potluck will be greatly appreciated.

This training is hosted by the Chukson Water Protectors
We acknowledge the Tohono O'odham, the original caretakers of Chukson, now known as Tucson. We honor them by using the Origin name of our community. …

May 6, 2017, 9:00am – May 7, 2017, 6:00pm

Street Medic Training

Healing the Revolution

Global Justice Center

225 E 26th St Tucson, Az 85713

May 6th2017

From: 9:00am-4:00pm Both Days

$5-$10 Suggested Donation

***Cash Only***

However, No one will be turned away

Training Provided By: Marinah Farrell, President at the Midwives Alliance of North America and an active member of the Street Medic Group: Phoenix Urban Collective.

For those who are wanting to participate, we request for a commitment to both days and the full hours of training provided. This is to respect the time and commitment of our trainer.

To secure your spot please contact DeeDee at babydolphins2002@yahoo.com

Continental breakfast will be provided as well as a potluck style lunch for both days. For lunch, the main dish and drinks will be provided. We ask that participants bring a side dish or a desert. Your contribution to the potluck will be greatly appreciated.

This training is hosted by the Chukson Water Protectors

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Watershed Management Group 's post. …

Full schedule of events is here! Check it out

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Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Indivisible Tohono 's event. …

March 23, 2017, 4:00pm – March 23, 2017, 8:00pm

Senator McCain has not come out with a formal statement opposing or supporting Trump's executive order to begin building a wall on the southern border, 75 miles of which would be on Tohono O'odham tribal land- a clear violation of the Nation's tribal sovereignty. The wall would be devastating to animals, wildlife, and water that moves across the border, and would prevent O'odham from continuing religious and cultural practices in our traditional lands of what is now Mexico.

Senator McCain represents the Tohono O'odham Nation and its tribal members in Congress and must listen to the voices and concerns of those who live and work on the Nation along the border. We stand AGAINST the border wall and increasing border militarization.

We want a large crowd of O'odham, Natives, and anyone who opposes Trump's proposed border wall to join us at McCain's office to visually remind him that he represents us and he needs to listen to our concerns. During this time, all letters of opposition to the wall that have been collected over the past few weeks will be delivered, and a meeting with his staff will be requested.

Wear your traditional outfits, bring your sawkud, visually represent your community or just show up!

Logistics: We recommend parking across the street at:

City/State Garage

498 West Congress Street

0-1 hours = Free

1-2 hours = $2.00

2-3 hours = $3.00

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Estrategias de Defensa del Movimiento:

En estos tiempos de resistencia colectiva debemos prepararnos ante la represión del gobierno. El Equipo de Protección de Agua y Anti-Represión presenta una noche de estrategias de defensa del movimiento, la actualización de los asuntos legales de Standing Rock y la educación sobre cómo resistirse al Gran Jurado. La reunión est√° abierta a todos y, dado el clima político, no puede ser m√°s oportuno. ¬°Por favor √∫nanse a nosotros!

POTLUCK, FIESTA DE TRAJE.

Presentado por Chukson/Tucson Water Protectors
Actualizaciones por LUPE, Mantenga Tucson Unido, y otros grupos comunitarios

Donaci√≤n sugerida- algunas dólares

Interpretación por:
Language Justice Collective/Colectivo de Justicia del Lenguaje

Movement Defense Strategies:

In this time of collective resistance we must prepare for government repression. Water Protector Anti Repression Crew presents an evening of movement defense strategies, legal updates from Standing Rock and education on grand jury resistance. This event is open to all, and given the political climate, could not be more timely. Please join us!

Hosted by Chukson/Tucson Water Protectors
Updates by LUPE, Keep Tucson Together and other community groups.

Suggested donation- a few dollars
THIS IS A POTLUCK EVENT

Interpretation by:
Language Justice Collective/Colectivo de Justicia del Lenguaje

Global Justice Center
225 E 26th St, Tucson, AZ 85713

Thursday, April 13th
6-10pm

Chukson/Tucson Water Protectors
www.facebook.com/tucsonwaterprotectors/

Water Protectors Anti-Repression Crew
El Equipo de Protección de Agua y Anti-Represión
www.facebook.com/WaterProtectorAntiRepressionCrew/

LUPE
Lucha Unida de Padres y Estudiantes
United Struggle of Parents and Students
www.facebook.com/Lupetucson/

Keep Tucson Together
Mantenga Tucson Unido
www.facebook.com/KeepTucsonTogether/

April 13, 2017, 6:00pm – April 14, 2017, 12:00am

Estrategias de Defensa del Movimiento:

En estos tiempos de resistencia colectiva debemos prepararnos ante la represión del gobierno. El Equipo de Protección de Agua y Anti-Represión presenta una noche de estrategias de defensa del movimiento, la actualización de los asuntos legales de Standing Rock y la educación sobre cómo resistirse al Gran Jurado. La reunión est√° abierta a todos y, dado el clima político, no puede ser m√°s oportuno. ¬°Por favor √∫nanse a nosotros!

POTLUCK, FIESTA DE TRAJE.

Presentado por Chukson/Tucson Water Protectors

Actualizaciones por LUPE, Mantenga Tucson Unido, y otros grupos comunitarios

Donaci√≤n sugerida- algunas dólares

Interpretación por:

Language Justice Collective/Colectivo de Justicia del Lenguaje

Movement Defense Strategies:

In this time of collective resistance we must prepare for government repression. Water Protector Anti Repression Crew presents an evening of movement defense strategies, legal updates from Standing Rock and education on grand jury resistance. This event is open to all, and given the political climate, could not be more timely. Please join us!

Hosted by Chukson/Tucson Water Protectors

Updates by LUPE, Keep Tucson Together and other community groups.

Suggested donation- a few dollars

THIS IS A POTLUCK EVENT

Interpretation by:

Language Justice Collective/Colectivo de Justicia del Lenguaje

Global Justice Center

225 E 26th St, Tucson, AZ 85713

Thursday, April 13th

6-10pm

Chukson/Tucson Water Protectors

www.facebook.com/tucsonwaterprotectors/

Water Protectors Anti-Repression Crew

El Equipo de Protección de Agua y Anti-Represión

www.facebook.com/WaterProtectorAntiRepressionCrew/

LUPE

Lucha Unida de Padres y Estudiantes

United Struggle of Parents and Students

www.facebook.com/Lupetucson/

Keep Tucson Together

Mantenga Tucson Unido

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Tonight …

March 21, 2017, 6:30pm – March 21, 2017, 9:30pm

Ideas For Change: A Conversation with Gabriel Ayala

In honor of World Water Day (March 22) this panel will be a discussion on indigenous environmental issues with famed Yaqui guitarist and activist, Gabriel Ayala and moderated by environmental toxicologist and University of Arizona PHD student, Lydia Jennings (Yaqui) .It will primarily focus on water and the latest developments at Standing Rock, ND with the Dakota Access Pipeline and Oak Flat, Arizona.The event will be held at Revolutionary Grounds Books & Coffee, and hosted by Blackfeet tribal member and writer Bill Wetzel. Opening music will be performed by Christie Kelly.

Bios:

Moderator: Lydia Jennings

Lydia Jennings, a Ph.D student in the laboratory of Dr. Raina M. Maier in the Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Science, has been awarded a 2015 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Lydia is a part of the Yaqui and Huichol nations, an UA Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, and a NIEHS Superfund Research Program Training core trainee.

Lydia received her Bachelors of Science degree from California State University, Monterey Bay in Environmental Science, Technology and Policy. Lydia worked for three years following her bachelor's degree for the University of California, Davis, as an environmental toxicologist, where she sampled and analyzed pesticide and metal contaminants in the major California waterways, as well as evaluating the toxicity of hyper-saline brine on marine organisms.

Lydia enrolled in the University of Arizona to work on the international and interdisciplinary issues relating to mining and mine reclamation, specifically where mining impacts Native American and border communities. The subject of her Ph.D research is the identification and characterization of microbial indicators as tools to evaluate mine waste reclamation efforts, and she is working in collaboration with three active copper mining companies in Arizona.

The basis of Lydia's NSF Fellowship is to develop a method to quantify soil improvements of re-vegetated mine waste using microbial metrics. She will characterize microbial diversity with soil development and evaluate the presence of plant growth promoting activities associated with successful phytostabalization. As part of her fellowship, Lydia will also work on an online module to train students about microbial cycling in soils, which will hopefully be implemented in tribal colleges, and continue her community outreach in mining communities.

Panelist: Gabriel Ayala

A member of the Yaqui people of Southern Arizona, guitarist Gabriel Ayala is an accomplished classical musician. He is positioned at the forefront of a new generation of Native American musicians, breaking all native and non-native stereotypes with his trailblazing assortment of music genres and accolades.

Gabriel earned a Master's Degree in Music Performance from the University of Arizona in 1997, has taught at all educational levels from elementary through college, and serves as a competition adjudicator. Although he truly enjoys being a teacher, his busy touring schedule allows him to only teach in Master Class settings.

Ayala performs regularly throughout the United States and Internationally. Locally, he has appeared at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, National Museum of the American Indian, Musical Instrument Museum and the Oscar Meyer Theater in Madison, Wisconsin. Recently, he was a featured artist at President Barack Obamaʼs Inaugural Ball. He has been recognized by the former State of Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, now Director of Homeland Security, for his musical achievements. In addition, he has also been highly honored with the University of Arizonaʼs Tanner Award that recognizes significant professional career success and contributions and leadership benefiting American Indian communities. Not only is Gabriel recognized locally and in the United States but he has also had the opportunity to play for Pope Benedict XVI at the canonization of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha in Rome, Italy. He was also the featured performer at the Internacional de la Guitarra Academica" in Venezuela with performances in Caracas, Guarenas, Guatire and on National Public Television throughout Venezuela.

Gabriel has been featured in several media publications such as Peoples", Country Today", Magazine" (Canadian and United States Editions), of the Southwest (German Publication)", America Calling", Broadcasting Corporation" and numerous others.

Gabriel has received numerous music awards from national and international awards programs that include Native American Music Awards Instrumental CD", World Music", and of the Year", the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards International Album", and Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards Instrumental".

Gabriel received many accolades in his career among them is the honor of sharing the stage with Motown living legends The Four Tops, The Temptations, Richie Havens, Dr. John, and many others.

In 2012, Gabriel started his own record label/recording studio entilted, Records", in hopes to start a Native American Record Label to help promote aspiring Native American Artists. of Blue" is Ayalaʼs first release through DeezMas Records and it has been met with great success. Upon itʼs release, of Blue" was ranked #1 on CDBaby for over four (4) months. Prior to DeezMas Records, Ayala released three self-distributed albums: Titled" in 2003, Be Home for Christmas" in 2007 and in 2008. Gabriel also has several other releases through his past record label with a total of ten (10) CDʼs on the market.

Although Gabriel is a classically trained musician, he has ventured out into playing many diverse genres of music which include classical, jazz, flamenco, tango and most recently JazzMenco. JazzMenco is Gabrielʼs original genre of music which he showcases around the world. The fusion of jazz and traditional flamenco was inspired by his affinity for both of these genres. JazzMenco can be described as the driving rhythmic force of flamenco with the improvisational feel and chord structure of jazz.

As Ayala continues to travel throughout the United States and other countries, he serves as an advocate for education for all youth. He does this through guitar workshops, motivational speaking, presentations in various minority communities. He sets an example for native communities by instilling his values of living a traditional lifestyle while abstaining from Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco.

Gabriel believes in leading our children in the right direction through his philosophy, your children, Honor your elders, and Respect your women". Gabriel wants to share the gift of music with as many people as possible. And he serves as an example and delivers a message to children, letting them know that they can become whatever they dream. Gabriel currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

More information and music can be found at:

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Bill Wetzel 's event. …

March 21, 2017, 6:30pm – March 21, 2017, 9:30pm

Ideas For Change: A Conversation with Gabriel Ayala

In honor of World Water Day (March 22) this panel will be a discussion on indigenous environmental issues with famed Yaqui guitarist and activist, Gabriel Ayala and moderated by environmental toxicologist and University of Arizona PHD student, Lydia Jennings (Yaqui) .It will primarily focus on water and the latest developments at Standing Rock, ND with the Dakota Access Pipeline and Oak Flat, Arizona.The event will be held at Revolutionary Grounds Books & Coffee, and hosted by Blackfeet tribal member and writer Bill Wetzel. Opening music will be performed by Christie Kelly.

Bios:

Moderator: Lydia Jennings

Lydia Jennings, a Ph.D student in the laboratory of Dr. Raina M. Maier in the Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Science, has been awarded a 2015 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Lydia is a part of the Yaqui and Huichol nations, an UA Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, and a NIEHS Superfund Research Program Training core trainee.

Lydia received her Bachelors of Science degree from California State University, Monterey Bay in Environmental Science, Technology and Policy. Lydia worked for three years following her bachelor's degree for the University of California, Davis, as an environmental toxicologist, where she sampled and analyzed pesticide and metal contaminants in the major California waterways, as well as evaluating the toxicity of hyper-saline brine on marine organisms.

Lydia enrolled in the University of Arizona to work on the international and interdisciplinary issues relating to mining and mine reclamation, specifically where mining impacts Native American and border communities. The subject of her Ph.D research is the identification and characterization of microbial indicators as tools to evaluate mine waste reclamation efforts, and she is working in collaboration with three active copper mining companies in Arizona.

The basis of Lydia's NSF Fellowship is to develop a method to quantify soil improvements of re-vegetated mine waste using microbial metrics. She will characterize microbial diversity with soil development and evaluate the presence of plant growth promoting activities associated with successful phytostabalization. As part of her fellowship, Lydia will also work on an online module to train students about microbial cycling in soils, which will hopefully be implemented in tribal colleges, and continue her community outreach in mining communities.

Panelist: Gabriel Ayala

A member of the Yaqui people of Southern Arizona, guitarist Gabriel Ayala is an accomplished classical musician. He is positioned at the forefront of a new generation of Native American musicians, breaking all native and non-native stereotypes with his trailblazing assortment of music genres and accolades.

Gabriel earned a Master's Degree in Music Performance from the University of Arizona in 1997, has taught at all educational levels from elementary through college, and serves as a competition adjudicator. Although he truly enjoys being a teacher, his busy touring schedule allows him to only teach in Master Class settings.

Ayala performs regularly throughout the United States and Internationally. Locally, he has appeared at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, National Museum of the American Indian, Musical Instrument Museum and the Oscar Meyer Theater in Madison, Wisconsin. Recently, he was a featured artist at President Barack Obamaʼs Inaugural Ball. He has been recognized by the former State of Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, now Director of Homeland Security, for his musical achievements. In addition, he has also been highly honored with the University of Arizonaʼs Tanner Award that recognizes significant professional career success and contributions and leadership benefiting American Indian communities. Not only is Gabriel recognized locally and in the United States but he has also had the opportunity to play for Pope Benedict XVI at the canonization of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha in Rome, Italy. He was also the featured performer at the Internacional de la Guitarra Academica" in Venezuela with performances in Caracas, Guarenas, Guatire and on National Public Television throughout Venezuela.

Gabriel has been featured in several media publications such as Peoples", Country Today", Magazine" (Canadian and United States Editions), of the Southwest (German Publication)", America Calling", Broadcasting Corporation" and numerous others.

Gabriel has received numerous music awards from national and international awards programs that include Native American Music Awards Instrumental CD", World Music", and of the Year", the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards International Album", and Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards Instrumental".

Gabriel received many accolades in his career among them is the honor of sharing the stage with Motown living legends The Four Tops, The Temptations, Richie Havens, Dr. John, and many others.

In 2012, Gabriel started his own record label/recording studio entilted, Records", in hopes to start a Native American Record Label to help promote aspiring Native American Artists. of Blue" is Ayalaʼs first release through DeezMas Records and it has been met with great success. Upon itʼs release, of Blue" was ranked #1 on CDBaby for over four (4) months. Prior to DeezMas Records, Ayala released three self-distributed albums: Titled" in 2003, Be Home for Christmas" in 2007 and in 2008. Gabriel also has several other releases through his past record label with a total of ten (10) CDʼs on the market.

Although Gabriel is a classically trained musician, he has ventured out into playing many diverse genres of music which include classical, jazz, flamenco, tango and most recently JazzMenco. JazzMenco is Gabrielʼs original genre of music which he showcases around the world. The fusion of jazz and traditional flamenco was inspired by his affinity for both of these genres. JazzMenco can be described as the driving rhythmic force of flamenco with the improvisational feel and chord structure of jazz.

As Ayala continues to travel throughout the United States and other countries, he serves as an advocate for education for all youth. He does this through guitar workshops, motivational speaking, presentations in various minority communities. He sets an example for native communities by instilling his values of living a traditional lifestyle while abstaining from Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco.

Gabriel believes in leading our children in the right direction through his philosophy, your children, Honor your elders, and Respect your women". Gabriel wants to share the gift of music with as many people as possible. And he serves as an example and delivers a message to children, letting them know that they can become whatever they dream. Gabriel currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

More information and music can be found at:

Bill Wetzel

Bill Wetzel

I am hosting a panel on indigenous environmental issues, specifically Standing Rock & Oak Flat, featuring Yaqui guitarist Gabriel Ayala at Revolutionary Grounds for anybody interested. …

March 21, 2017, 6:30pm – March 21, 2017, 9:30pm

Ideas For Change: A Conversation with Gabriel Ayala

In honor of World Water Day (March 22) this panel will be a discussion on indigenous environmental issues with famed Yaqui guitarist and activist, Gabriel Ayala and moderated by environmental toxicologist and University of Arizona PHD student, Lydia Jennings (Yaqui) .It will primarily focus on water and the latest developments at Standing Rock, ND with the Dakota Access Pipeline and Oak Flat, Arizona.The event will be held at Revolutionary Grounds Books & Coffee, and hosted by Blackfeet tribal member and writer Bill Wetzel. Opening music will be performed by Christie Kelly.

Bios:

Moderator: Lydia Jennings

Lydia Jennings, a Ph.D student in the laboratory of Dr. Raina M. Maier in the Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Science, has been awarded a 2015 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Lydia is a part of the Yaqui and Huichol nations, an UA Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, and a NIEHS Superfund Research Program Training core trainee.

Lydia received her Bachelors of Science degree from California State University, Monterey Bay in Environmental Science, Technology and Policy. Lydia worked for three years following her bachelor's degree for the University of California, Davis, as an environmental toxicologist, where she sampled and analyzed pesticide and metal contaminants in the major California waterways, as well as evaluating the toxicity of hyper-saline brine on marine organisms.

Lydia enrolled in the University of Arizona to work on the international and interdisciplinary issues relating to mining and mine reclamation, specifically where mining impacts Native American and border communities. The subject of her Ph.D research is the identification and characterization of microbial indicators as tools to evaluate mine waste reclamation efforts, and she is working in collaboration with three active copper mining companies in Arizona.

The basis of Lydia's NSF Fellowship is to develop a method to quantify soil improvements of re-vegetated mine waste using microbial metrics. She will characterize microbial diversity with soil development and evaluate the presence of plant growth promoting activities associated with successful phytostabalization. As part of her fellowship, Lydia will also work on an online module to train students about microbial cycling in soils, which will hopefully be implemented in tribal colleges, and continue her community outreach in mining communities.

Panelist: Gabriel Ayala

A member of the Yaqui people of Southern Arizona, guitarist Gabriel Ayala is an accomplished classical musician. He is positioned at the forefront of a new generation of Native American musicians, breaking all native and non-native stereotypes with his trailblazing assortment of music genres and accolades.

Gabriel earned a Master's Degree in Music Performance from the University of Arizona in 1997, has taught at all educational levels from elementary through college, and serves as a competition adjudicator. Although he truly enjoys being a teacher, his busy touring schedule allows him to only teach in Master Class settings.

Ayala performs regularly throughout the United States and Internationally. Locally, he has appeared at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, National Museum of the American Indian, Musical Instrument Museum and the Oscar Meyer Theater in Madison, Wisconsin. Recently, he was a featured artist at President Barack Obamaʼs Inaugural Ball. He has been recognized by the former State of Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, now Director of Homeland Security, for his musical achievements. In addition, he has also been highly honored with the University of Arizonaʼs Tanner Award that recognizes significant professional career success and contributions and leadership benefiting American Indian communities. Not only is Gabriel recognized locally and in the United States but he has also had the opportunity to play for Pope Benedict XVI at the canonization of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha in Rome, Italy. He was also the featured performer at the Internacional de la Guitarra Academica" in Venezuela with performances in Caracas, Guarenas, Guatire and on National Public Television throughout Venezuela.

Gabriel has been featured in several media publications such as Peoples", Country Today", Magazine" (Canadian and United States Editions), of the Southwest (German Publication)", America Calling", Broadcasting Corporation" and numerous others.

Gabriel has received numerous music awards from national and international awards programs that include Native American Music Awards Instrumental CD", World Music", and of the Year", the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards International Album", and Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards Instrumental".

Gabriel received many accolades in his career among them is the honor of sharing the stage with Motown living legends The Four Tops, The Temptations, Richie Havens, Dr. John, and many others.

In 2012, Gabriel started his own record label/recording studio entilted, Records", in hopes to start a Native American Record Label to help promote aspiring Native American Artists. of Blue" is Ayalaʼs first release through DeezMas Records and it has been met with great success. Upon itʼs release, of Blue" was ranked #1 on CDBaby for over four (4) months. Prior to DeezMas Records, Ayala released three self-distributed albums: Titled" in 2003, Be Home for Christmas" in 2007 and in 2008. Gabriel also has several other releases through his past record label with a total of ten (10) CDʼs on the market.

Although Gabriel is a classically trained musician, he has ventured out into playing many diverse genres of music which include classical, jazz, flamenco, tango and most recently JazzMenco. JazzMenco is Gabrielʼs original genre of music which he showcases around the world. The fusion of jazz and traditional flamenco was inspired by his affinity for both of these genres. JazzMenco can be described as the driving rhythmic force of flamenco with the improvisational feel and chord structure of jazz.

As Ayala continues to travel throughout the United States and other countries, he serves as an advocate for education for all youth. He does this through guitar workshops, motivational speaking, presentations in various minority communities. He sets an example for native communities by instilling his values of living a traditional lifestyle while abstaining from Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco.

Gabriel believes in leading our children in the right direction through his philosophy, your children, Honor your elders, and Respect your women". Gabriel wants to share the gift of music with as many people as possible. And he serves as an example and delivers a message to children, letting them know that they can become whatever they dream. Gabriel currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

More information and music can be found at:

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared House Committee on Natural Resources: Democrats 's photo. …

Naelyn Pike is a 17 year old activist from the San Carlos Apache Tribe in San Carlos, Arizona. She is a member of the Apache Stronghold, which is a spiritual movement that protects the environment. She has been working to save Oak Flat, sacred Apache land, by overturning a land transfer that would hand it over to a foreign copper mining company. In 2015, she made history as the youngest person to testify before Congress. #WomensHistoryMonth

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared their event. …

April 8, 2017, 5:30pm – April 9, 2017, 12:30am

SACRED LIFE RISING

*FEAT. DJ Q

*INDIGENOUS CEREMONY PRESENTERS

*TUCSON COMMUNITY AND INDIGENOUS SPEAKERS

*SPOKEN WORD

*SILENT AUCTION

*CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

*NATIONS CREATIONS FOOD TRUCK AND DRINKS AVAILABLE

*AND don't forget DANCING!!!!

CWP is sponsored by THE GLOO FACTORY, RISING TIDE and GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER. Thank you for all of your support!!!!

GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER

225 E 26TH ST TUCSON,AZ 85713

TIME: 5:30pm

$5-$10 SUGGESTED DONATION.

HOWEVER, NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY.

FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT, BRING THE CHILDREN

CASH EVENT

**PROCEEDS FOR CHUKSON WATER PROCETORS TO SUPPORT THEIR CONTINUED DIRECT ACTIONS, COMMUNITY SUPPORT, RESOURCES AND TRAINING.**

FUNDRAISER HOSTED BY THE CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS

THE CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS IS A TUCSON COMMUNITY BASED GROUP THAT STAND IN

SOLIDARITY WITH LOCAL GRASSROOTS PEOPLE OF TUCSON AND ARIZONA. PROVIDING A PLATFORM OF RESISTANCE, REVITALIZATION AND DECOLONIZATION. FOR THE INTERSECTION OF ECOLOGICAL, SOCIAL AND INDIGENOUS ISSUES.

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared Kari Bundy – Natural Health Activist 's photo. …

Before you get too excited about the new Cheerios campaign, where they've decided to give out 100 million FREE wildflower seeds, let me tell you what's really up…

1. Cheerios tested HIGHER for GLYPHOSATE (aka Round Up) than any other food tested- with Glyphosate levels over 1,100 parts per billion! (Here's the link from Consumer Affairs- www.consumeraffairs.com/news/after-fda-suspends-testing-for-pesticide-in-food-nonprofits-release-… )

2. GLYPHOSATE IS WHAT IS KILLING THE BEES IN THE FIRST PLACE AND CHEERIOS REFUSES TO REMOVE IT FROM THEIR PRODUCTS! (Link: www.naturalnews.com/050926_honey_bees_colony_collapse_glyphosate.html )

3. The company that Cheerios has partnered with for this project, Vesey's Seed Company, puchases seeds from various companies, one of which is owned Monsanto (the maker of GLYPHOSATE).

(Edited to add: Vesey's Seeds has its own brand of seeds which ARE on the Safe Seed Pledge List, but look closely on their website and you will see that wildflowers are not listed as one of their Organic/non-GMO products. They sell seeds from other growers too, in addition to their own seeds, and one of these growers (Seminis) is CURRENTLY owned by Monsanto. It's a loophole, smoke and mirrors to deflect from the truth, and it's just another way they can appear to be giving away non-GMO wildflower seeds. They haven't said these seeds are non-GMO… they've just said that their PERSONAL Vesey's seed brand is. Here is a link to their website- please look carefully and note that they do not have wildflowers: m.veseys.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fveseys.com%2Fca%2Fen%2F&utm_referrer=#2655 )

So um… enjoy those free wildflower seeds! But just know that they won't put a dent in the damage Cheerios is doing to the honeybee population. And the seeds might be GMO. Consider buying some seeds from a reputable non-GMO seed company like Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company or Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply or Seed Savers Exchange? üòâ Or even better- BUY LOCAL.

#MarchAgainstMonsanto #Cheerios #Monsanto #Poison #SmokeAndMirrors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

See! Divesting is working! …

Wells Fargo's Dakota Access Financing Prompts a Shareholder Vote

bloomberg.com

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Don't forget our meeting got moved to today …

March 15, 2017, 6:00pm

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

After CWP meeting go support this cause! …

March 15, 2017, 7:30pm – March 15, 2017, 11:00pm

Let's face it, we're all a work in progress. This month, our storytellers will share their hilarious, poignant, and hopeful stories about being a "Work in Progress" – we'll see you there in all of our collective unpolished glory!

This month, proceeds from your $7 donation for admission will go to Coalición de Derechos Humanos www.derechoshumanosaz.net/

This event is 21+

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors shared a link. …

Abandoned uranium mines continue to haunt Navajos on reservation

azcentral.com

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

This week our weekly meeting will be Wednesday. After this week's we will continue to meet every Thursday at 6 pm. …

March 15, 2017, 6:00pm

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

SACRED LIFE RISING

*FEAT. DJ Q
*INDIGENOUS CEREMONY PRESENTERS
*TUCSON COMMUNITY AND INDIGENOUS SPEAKERS
*SPOKEN WORD
*SILENT AUCTION
*CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
*NATIONS CREATIONS FOOD TRUCK AND DRINKS AVAILABLE
*AND don't forget DANCING!!!!

CWP is sponsored by THE GLOO FACTORY, RISING TIDE and GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER. Thank you for all of your support!!!!

GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER
225 E 26TH ST TUCSON,AZ 85713
TIME: 5:30pm
$5-$10 SUGGESTED DONATION.
HOWEVER, NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY.
FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT, BRING THE CHILDREN
CASH EVENT

**PROCEEDS FOR CHUKSON WATER PROCETORS TO SUPPORT THEIR CONTINUED DIRECT ACTIONS, COMMUNITY SUPPORT, RESOURCES AND TRAINING.**

FUNDRAISER HOSTED BY THE CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS
THE CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS IS A TUCSON COMMUNITY BASED GROUP THAT STAND IN
SOLIDARITY WITH LOCAL GRASSROOTS PEOPLE OF TUCSON AND ARIZONA. PROVIDING A PLATFORM OF RESISTANCE, REVITALIZATION AND DECOLONIZATION. FOR THE INTERSECTION OF ECOLOGICAL, SOCIAL AND INDIGENOUS ISSUES.

WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE TOHONO O'ODHAM THE ORIGINAL CARETAKERS OF CHUKSON, NOW KNOWN AS TUCSON. WE HONOR THEM BY USING THE ORIGIN NAME OF OUR COMMUNITY. …

April 8, 2017, 5:30pm – April 9, 2017, 12:30am

SACRED LIFE RISING

*FEAT. DJ Q

*INDIGENOUS CEREMONY PRESENTERS

*TUCSON COMMUNITY AND INDIGENOUS SPEAKERS

*SPOKEN WORD

*SILENT AUCTION

*CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

*NATIONS CREATIONS FOOD TRUCK AND DRINKS AVAILABLE

*AND don't forget DANCING!!!!

CWP is sponsored by THE GLOO FACTORY, RISING TIDE and GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER. Thank you for all of your support!!!!

GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER

225 E 26TH ST TUCSON,AZ 85713

TIME: 5:30pm

$5-$10 SUGGESTED DONATION.

HOWEVER, NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY.

FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT, BRING THE CHILDREN

CASH EVENT

**PROCEEDS FOR CHUKSON WATER PROCETORS TO SUPPORT THEIR CONTINUED DIRECT ACTIONS, COMMUNITY SUPPORT, RESOURCES AND TRAINING.**

FUNDRAISER HOSTED BY THE CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS

THE CHUKSON WATER PROTECTORS IS A TUCSON COMMUNITY BASED GROUP THAT STAND IN

SOLIDARITY WITH LOCAL GRASSROOTS PEOPLE OF TUCSON AND ARIZONA. PROVIDING A PLATFORM OF RESISTANCE, REVITALIZATION AND DECOLONIZATION. FOR THE INTERSECTION OF ECOLOGICAL, SOCIAL AND INDIGENOUS ISSUES.

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Friday at the Holocaust History Center
11:30
564 S Stone Ave …

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

Chukson /Tucson Water Protectors

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