An evening of education & empowerment through vulnerability
SATURDAY MARCH 10TH
6 – 9 PM
@ THE SENIOR CENTER YS, OH
*Vegetarian dinner provided
*Screening of “Broken Rainbow” (1984) documentary about the Dine’s struggle for Life and Land
*We will share and process our emotional reactions to the film. (Partly based on Joanna Macy’s work, “The Work That Reconnects”)
Suggested Donation $5 - $10
Proceeds go directly to Pauline Whitesinger, a Dine elder who recently had four of her cows impounded by Hopi Rangers
Questions? Want to help with the event? Contact Jenny Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information: blackmesais.org
In 1974 the US Congress passed Public Law 93-351 requiring the forced relocation of over 14,000 Dine and a hundred plus Hopi from their ancestral homelands in Northern Arizona as a way to obtain easier access to strip-mine one of the largest coal reserves in North America. The families on Black Mesa are in their fourth decade resisting this illegal bill and are asking for outside supporters to help them continue their traditional life-ways in the face of government harassment, energy exploitation, ecological destruction, and cultural degradation.
Black Mesa Indigenous Support facebook page :
Please come out if you can to support this cause and to educate yourselves! Thank you!!