3rd Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March. Santa Monica held during Red Nation Film Festival

More details coming soon.

Join us November 2017 (dateTBA) in Santa Monica CA and march with us INDIGENOUS WOMEN RISE in standing with Indigenous women, Indigenous leaders, native youth and native peoples as we march together to protect our planet.

We are marching together in truth to keep fossil fuels in the ground, to fight for a transition to 100% clean energy by 2050, for climate justice and so much more. March together to protect our planet.
History: Red Nation Celebration Institute was the first organization to stand firm with Standing Rock, June 2016. Red Nation Celebration Institute was the first organization to honor Standing Rock Tribe, Chairman Dave Archambault II. Its program Red Nation Film Festival, was the first film festival to screen films about Standing Rock.

In November 2015, Red Nation Celebration Institute, film festival launched the inaugural ‘Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March’ and partnered with Hawkwing Inc in bringing to Los Angeles, the youth from Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, which included Standing Rock Sioux Tribal member to lead the Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March. These are the same youth that ran Standing Rock Youth movement to DC, April 2016. The youth also sang at RNCI Red Nation Awards reaching 10 million viewers in 37 countries.

‘STANDING ROCK’,  a doc short,  was the first film to be released out of the standing rock movement . It screened 44 times during 2016 Red Nation Film Festival in Los Angeles.

STANDING ROCK (doc short)
Directed and shot by Josué Josue Rivas Fotographer
Produced by Ayşe Gürsöz
Please enjoy and share worldwide.

#OnlyOneWater #NativeYouthMatter #RNFF2017 #ClimateChangeIsREAL #ClimateMarch #OnlyOnePlanet #ClimateJustice #EnvironmentalJustice #100isnow #KeepItIntheGround #100by50 #NoDAPL

Photo credit: Bucky Harjo

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