JOIN THE MULTI-FAITH FALL EQUINOX 
SCREENING & DISCUSSION OF


THE CONDOR & THE EAGLE
Come together virtually as people of faith and conscience to celebrate the Fall Equinox, watch this award-winning documentary, hear from the filmmakers & protagonists, and unite the faith community in the movement for Indigenous rights and climate justice.

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Tuesday, September 22nd
6:30-9:00pm PT/ 7:30-10:00pm MT/ 8:30-11:00pm CT

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  • SLIDING-SCALE TICKETS

    This event is inclusive, open to those who can't afford it. For the others, a suggested sliding scale donation of $20 or more is being requested in lieu of a flat ticket price, to make the film more accessible. The collected funds will benefit:

    THE TOKITAE FUND of the Lhaq'temish Foundation which directly supports the Salish Sea Campaign created to bring the orca Sk'aliCh'elh-tenaut out of captivity and back home to the Salish Sea.

    The donations collected will also support faith based Indigenous solidarity efforts the film impact campaign "No More Sacrificed Communities" and be used to provide small honorariums to our panelists and filmmakers for their time and expertise. Please give generously according to your financial situation:

    DONATE HERE

  • CO-HOSTED BY 
    Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth

    Multifaith Network for Climate Justice
    (Whatcom County, WA)

    The Mt. Baker Chapter of the Sierra Club

    Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship

    City of Bellingham- ALL IN for Climate Action Week

    JUUstice Washington

    Unitarian Church of Underwood, MN

    Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Mankato, MN

    The Mountain Retreat & Learning Center

    Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach

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  • FREDDIE LANE

    Lummi Tribal Council Member

  • CASEY CAMP-HORINEK

    Film Protagonist. Hereditary Drumkeeper of the Womens’ Scalp Dance Society of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma. Because of Casey’s work the Ponca Nation is the first Tribe in the State of Oklahoma to adopt the Rights of Nature Statute, and to pass a moratorium on Fracking on Tribal Lands.

  • JEWELL PRAYING WOLF JAMES (LUMMI)

    Master carver of totems or healing poles displayed around the world, selected, designed, and carved the healing totem for the Kwel’ Hoy: We Draw the Line exhibition debuting at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. An artist of international standing as well as an advocate of worldwide environmental restoration and preservation of natural and cultural heritage sites, he is a descendant from Chief Seattle’s immediate family (after whom the city of Seattle was named), and Head Carver of the House of Tears Carvers of the Lummi Indian Nation. Jewell’s poles are installed around the world, including at the Pentagon and the National Library of Medicine.

  • DOUG JAMES (LUMMI)

    Lummi elder, fisherman, member of the House of Tears Carvers, member of the Indian Shaker Church, and a traditional spirit dancer. He has accompanied his brother Jewell on most of the Totem Pole Journeys, transporting a series of totem poles to communities across North America to build alliances and raise awareness about threats to water, land and culture. The Lummi, the “People of the Sea,” are the original inhabitants of the Puget Sound area of Washington’s northernmost coast and southern British Columbia, Canada.

  • ALY THARP

    Program Director, UU Ministry for Earth; Film Executive Producer

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