EVENT: Indigenous Resistance to Energy Infrastructure & the Keystone XL pipeline

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MONDAY, MARCH 3, 6-9PM

La Peña Cultural Center
3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley CA 94705
(two blocks from Ashby BART)

Suggested Donation $10-$25… No one turned away for lack of funds.

Winona LaDuke
Honor the Earth
Native American author/activist will show a new short film of the Lakota and Anishinaabe peoples’ horse rides
along routes of proposed pipelines that would cross North American prairies to carry Canadian crude oil/tar sands.

Lyana Monterrey
Pittsburg Ethics Council/Pittsburg Defense Council
Co-founder of local community coalitions will talk about the proposed WesPac project in Pittsburg, CA, a massive
crude oil storage and transfer facility to feed ultra-dirty oil to Bay Area’s five refineries and export across the Pacific.

Victor Menotti
International Forum on Globalization
IFG Executive Director will share visualized data from the recent report, Billionaires’ Carbon Bomb: The Koch Brothers
and the Keystone XL Pipeline, plus interactive mapping of the Kochs’ influence network, known the Kochtopus.

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