EARTH DAY SCREENING OF
THE CONDOR & THE EAGLE
INCLUSIVE DONATION BASED EVENT
Suggested $10-50 sliding scale donation (HERE).
Funds will support Indigenous and Interfaith community collaboration for Climate Justice.
Wednesday April 22nd
6 pm Pacific / 7 Mountain / 8 Central / 9 pm Eastern
to 8 pm Pacific / 9 Mountain / 10 Central / 11 pm Eastern
REGISTER button at the bottom of the page
Close out Earth Day 2020 with an award-winning documentary that showcases a truly inclusive movement led by the most impacted
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
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 Indigenous and Interfaith community collaboration for Climate Justice, and can be paid online now, during, or after the event - HERE
THANK YOU TO ALL CO-HOSTS & AMPLIFIERS!
- The Condor & The Eagle "No More Sacrificed Communities" Impact campaign
- Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth
- Side With Love
- The InterNātional Initiative for Transformative Collaboration
- The Carrizo/Comecrudo Tribe of Texas
- Unitarian Universalist Association
- UU Young Adults for Climate Justice
- Community Church of New York - UU
- UU Service Committee
- UU College of Social Justice
- JUUstice Washington
- International Indigenous Youth Council
- Our Sacred Earth
- Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement
- Willamette University College of Law
- Sierra Club
- Water Protector Legal Collective
- Center for Earth Ethics
- & more! Thank you all!
Film Protagonist, Ponca Nation of Oklahoma
UNCI LULA & JOHNNIE A.
Elder & Director of the International Initiative for Transformative Collaboration; Black Hills, SD
Program Director, UU Ministry for Earth
Film Protagonist, Houston, Texas
Impact Producer & Film Co-Director, France
Chair of the Carrizo/Comecrudo Tribe of Texas