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COLLABORATION BETWEEN YOUTH GROUPS
TO UPLIFT INDIGENOUS YOUTH VOICES

ONLINE HD SCREENING & DISCUSSION 

THE CONDOR & THE EAGLE
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INCLUSIVE DONATION-BASED EVENT 
SUGGESTED SLIDING SCALE $5-50+ PER PERSON
all welcome regardless of ability to pay


Climate justice organizers across Turtle Island are joining hands with other youth groups advocating for a just future. Join us for an online event showcasing a truly inclusive movement led by youth.

Saturday April 25th at 5 pm Pacific / 8 pm Eastern
REGISTER button at the bottom of the page

  • JOIN THE DISCUSSION

    After the screening, take part in the the Q&A with the team behind "The Condor & The Eagle" and special guests. You can reach out directly to the impact team - HERE

  • ​​​​​​​CALL TO ACTION
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    There is a suggested $10-50 sliding scale donation (all are welcome regardless of ability to pay; those who have donated already are not expected to donate again). Donations will benefit (1) the film's community impact campaign, (2) Indigenous Youth for Wet'suwet'en and (3) Climate Strike Canada - and can be paionline now, during, or after the event - HERE

  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​CO-HOSTED BY​​​​​​​
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    The Condor & The Eagle "No More Sacrificed Communities" Impact campaign
    ​​​​​​​- International Indigenous Youth Council
    ​​​​​​​- Haida Gwaii Youth Action
    ​​​​​​​- US Youth Climate Strike
    ​​​​​​​- Climate Strike Canada

  • JAYDEN FOYTLIN

    indigenous climate activist, suing the US government for climate inaction, USA

  • HAANA EDENSHAW

    Youth Indigenous environmental activist, Haida Gwaii, Canada

  • VERONICA FUENTES

    Anishinaabekwe (nakawe) community organizer based out of amiskwaciwâskahika, Canada

  • CASEY CAMP-HORINEK

    Film Protagonist, Ponca Nation of Oklahoma, USA

  • YUDITH AZARETH

    Film Protagonist, Houston / New Orleans, USA

  • QUANNAH CHASING HORSE POTTS

    17 years old Han Gwich’in from Eagle, Alaska and Rosebud Lakota Sioux

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