Presented by Toitoi Manawa Trust and Pacific Peoples' Partnership.
Water Warriors screening and discussion with activist Dorene Bernard, of the Mi'kmaq Sipekne'katik First Nation in Indian Brook, Nova Scotia.
Hosted by the ASU Human Rights Film Festival.
Two film screenings: River Blue and Water Warriors, followed by discussions moderated by Defend our Future, a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to empowering young people to protect the environment.
Following Water Warriors, Sandy Bahr of the Arizona chapter of the Sierra Club and Zoe Stein, an ASU Sustainability student and activist, will discuss efforts being made to protect water resources locally, and ways that the public can get involved.
Hosted by The Prince Albert Chapter of the Council of Canadians. Join us as the film Water Warriors tells the story of a community’s successful fight to protect their water from the oil and natural gas industry. Then we will explore nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face in the 21st century.
Council of Canadians London Chapter will be screening three films: Our Water, Our Future – the story of Cascade Locks (7 minutes); A Tale of Two Cities - Evart and Flint, Michigan (12 minutes); Water Warriors – Nothing in the World Can Live Without Water (22 minutes)