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The International Indian Treaty Council, Wica Agli are among the community supporters of this year’s
INDIGENOUS WOMEN RISE CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH

INDIGENOUS WOMEN RISE on the frontlines of #ClimateChange

WHAT DOES STANDING ROCK & RED NATION CELEBRATION INSTITUTE  | FILM FESTIVAL HAVE TO DO WITH EACH OTHER EVERYTHING 

During 12th Red Nation Film Festival (RNFF) November 2015, RNFF partnered with Hawkwing Inc in bringing out several Native Youth of ‘One Mind Youth Movement’ whom lead the inaugural Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March and Native youth were invited to sing an honor song at RNCI Red Nation Awards Show.  The Native youth who attended were from Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, which included Standing Rock Sioux Tribal member, Jasilyn Charger, Jasilea Rose Charger, Joesph White Eyes including others. The youth that were invited to lead Red Nation Film Festival’s Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March in Santa Monica CA, had never seen the ocean or been on a plane and this was the first time they lead a climate change march and sang on a LIVE televised Native Awards Show RNCI Red Nation Awards. They were so inspired that when returning home to North Dakota, in April 2016 these same youth visited the first resistance camp of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Sacred Stone, they went on to lead a march to Washington D.C., run nearly 2000 miles to speak to the Army Corp of Engineers in DC. They inspired action WOKE the World to Standing Rock. This is the biggest social movement of our time. This is what happens when you make a commitment to youth and put time and energy in inspiring them to make change.

#ClimateChange #MeTOO #VAWA #MMIW #YesAllWomen #WomensMarch#RTC #NWFILMTV #NWF #WomenRISE #WeRISETogether

2017 Indigenous Women RISE March 

Sunday, November 19Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March with Friends 

Free Event!

Venue: Santa Monica Pier to Santa Monica City Hall

MARCH DETAILS

Check back periodically for updates and new information.
 

Assembly

The day will began with contingents gathering at Santa Monica Pier meeting at the Canyon Ball 1:00p with Opening Prayer.

March

We will began march at 1:15p

The march is about 10 blocks to Santa Monica City Hall

The very front of the march will led by Indigenous women, Native youth, Elders and Spiritual Leaders. They will be followed by Honor drum, followed by American Indian Holocaust decedents,  followed by  allies, followed by organizations, followed everyone else.

Banners, posters and other art will be available. 

Closing Event

We will arrive at Santa Monica City Hall between 1:45 and 2:00.

We will be greeted by dancers, speakers and music. This program will began at 2:15.

The day will close with a circle of prayer round dance.

What to Wear and What to Bring

We encourage everyone to wear red as a sign of solidarity for our Murdered and Missing Women, Native Youth MATTER, Tribal Nations,  

Dress and wear comfortable walking shoes.

Bring water and light snacks.

Bring your staffs, musicals instruments that are easy to carry.

Bring EVERYONE your family, friends, youth, co-workers, schools … etc EVERYONES INVITED! 

 

Location Santa Monica Pier – meet at the Cannon Ball, will continue to march to Santa Monica City Hall

Time  1:00p to 4:30p

Speakers | Performances | Community Leaders | Traditional Dancers | Drum Groups

Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March with be lead by Indigenous Women, Native Elders, Spiritual Leaders, Native Youth Matter, Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women, Violence Against Native Women, Human Trafficking Coalitions, including environmental organizations and Mni Wakan Water Protectors.

 

 

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