[NMSEA-news] Earth Care International Event October 12th

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Wed Oct 10 12:49:33 MDT 2007

Lectures on sustainability
(Community, Social Justice, Environmental Restoration)

Great Local Food


Please RSVP and save the date (October 12th)

What:       An Earth Care International Community Celebration
             AND 2008 Sustainable Santa Fe: A Resource Guide Release

Where:    Genoveva Chavez Center (3221 Rodeo)

When:     10/12/07 (Friday Night) 6 PM - 8:30 PM

Dinner and Drinks will be provided (Meaningful Donation Suggested)

Seating is Limited.

Please RSVP by sending an email to info at earthcare.org
with your name/phone/address/# of people.

The evening will include:

Clayton Thomas-Müller - Bioneers Keynote Speaker
A Bioneers Keynote Speaker and selected as Utne Readers "Top 30 under
30" young activists in the United States. Clayton, of the Cree Nation in
Northern Canada, is a Sundancer, traditional Pipe carrier, singer and
activist for indigenous self-determination and environmental justice. He
is the Indigenous Oil Campaign Organizer for the Indigenous
Environmental Network. He works across Alaska, Canada and the lower 48
States of the USA with grassroots indigenous communities to defend their
human and environmental rights against transnational oil corporations.

Larry Littlebird - Laguna and Santa Domingo Pueblo Storyteller
Larry is the Co-Founder of HAMAATSA (www.hamaatsa.org), an indigenous
learning center committed to wholeness, cultural revitalization and
ecological preservation and sustainability. Larry is a master
storyteller who draws on his indigenous holistic practices from his rich
Pueblo culture.

Paul Rivers Bailey & Human Family
Paul was voted most creative musician by the Reporter (2007). Paul's
music will move your spirit with his ecstatic songs through his unique
soul and hip/hop style. Be prepared to dance.

Earth Care Youth from a variety of schools in Santa Fe
Come be inspired by the work that Earth Care's young leaders are doing
in our community. A culturally diverse group of emerging leaders will
tell stories of their work in Ecological Rejuvenation and Social Justice.

Please join us in appreciating the biological and cultural diversity of
Santa Fe and beyond. The evening will include a variety of storytelling,
spoken word, music and inspirational stories.

Earth Care Board and Staff
info at earthcare.org

The Santa Fe Alliance is pleased to be an advertising sponsor of the
Sustainable Santa Fe Guide.  Look for our article in the new issue!

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