Indigenous Climate Justice Symposium

Thu, 05/04/2017 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

From today's inbox:

The 2nd annual Indigenous Climate Justice Symposium will be held on Thursday and Friday May 4-5 in the Evergreen State College Longhouse on Olympia. Evergreen's Climate Change and Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations Project is co-hosting the Symposium with the Nisqually Tribe. Among the speakers are Faith Spotted Eagle and Rueben George, key leaders of Native-led alliances to stop oil pipelines, and Lummi youth who visited Paris during the 2015 UN climate summit.

On Sunday May 7, the Nisqually Tribe is also hosting Native youth for an Indigenous Youth Day for Climate Justice:

Advance registration is not needed for either event, which are free and open to the the public. Invite friends on the Events page, and for more information see