Fwd: Organizing Lessons from the Cowboy Indian Alliance - webinar May 30
From: Scott Jackson (sjackzen46gmail.com)
Date: Tue, 27 May 2014 14:36:59 -0700 (PDT)
Another Climate Access webinar that may interest you.

Scott Jackson
sjackzen46 [at] gmail.com

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From: Climate Access <info [at] climateaccess.org>
Date: Tue, May 27, 2014 at 2:00 PM
Subject: Organizing Lessons from the Cowboy Indian Alliance - webinar May 30
To: Scott <sjackzen46 [at] gmail.com>

         Join the roundtable May 30 from 10-11am PDT (1-2pm EDT)    View
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*You're invited to our upcoming roundtable discussion: *
“*Rejecting Pipeline Expansion: Organizing Lessons from the Cowboy Indian
May 30 from 10-11am PDT (1-2pm EDT) – via webinar             Scott,

Last month thousands of individuals rallied in Washington, DC calling on
President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. The Cowboy Indian
Alliance, including ranchers, farmers, and members of indigenous
communities from along the proposed pipeline route set up the “Reject and
Protect” encampment near the White House to show solidarity and send a
message to the administration about the risks that pipeline expansion poses
to our land and water.

Join us next *Friday May 30 from 10-11am PDT (1-2pm EDT) for “Rejecting
Pipeline Expansion: Organizing Lessons from the Cowboy Indian Alliance
hear from three inspiring individuals who have been actively fighting
pipeline construction through powerfully diverse alliances; Clayton
Thomas-Muller, Dallas Goldtooth, and Julia Trigg Crawford. Climate Access
executive director, Cara Pike will moderate a discussion about the common
interests that brought together the Cowboy Indian Alliance and the role of
indigenous organizing on climate and energy issues across the U.S. and

*Clayton Thomas-Muller* is an organizer, facilitator, public speaker and
writer on environmental justice and indigenous rights. He is the
Co-Director of the Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign and a Campaigner with Idle
No More.

*Dallas Goldtooth *is a community organizer for the Indigenous
Environmental Network and a Dakota culture educator. He is also one of the
co-founders of the nationally known comedy group, The 1491s.  He is a youth
worker, activist, poet, traditional artist, powwow emcee, and comedian.

*Julia Trigg Crawford* manages her family's farm in northeast Texas.  Her
land was taken through eminent domain for the southern leg of the Keystone
XL pipeline, which she fought all the way to the Texas Supreme Court.
Through Texas Pipeline Watch she continues to fight for property rights and
eminent domain reform.

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