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Season 1, SPECIAL EVENT: Indigenous Climate Justice Symposium,
The Evergreen State College (Olympia, WA)

Nov 5, 2015 6:30 PM Pacific

Host: Patrick

7:00 - 9:30 pm Pacific
KEYNOTE: "The Paris Climate Accord: Will it be a Crime Against Humanity and Mother Earth?"
Tom Goldtooth
Indigenous Environmental Network Executive Director

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IEN: Indigenous Environmental Network

Bakken Debate

Bakken Watch

Climate Change & Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations Project (Evergreen)

Campus Climate Challenge

Citizens for a Clean Harbor (Grays Harbor)

Climate Impacts Group (UW)

Climate Solutions

Coast Salish Gathering

Columbia River InterTribal Fish Commission

Columbia Riverkeeper

Cowboy Indian Alliance

Dot-111 Reader on oil trains

Earth Justice

First Stewards

Forest Ethics: Stop Oil Trains

Fort Berthold Protectors of Water & Earth Rights (POWER)

Global Climate Change Impacts in the U.S.

Honor the Earth

Idle No More Canada

Idle No More Washington

Indian Country Today

IEN-Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign

Int'l. Institute for Indigenous Resource Mgt.

Intertribal Council on Utility Policy

Lummi Nation

Lummi Totem Pole Journey

Native Peoples/Native Homelands report

No Coal Trains through South Sound

Northern Plains Resource Council

Northwest Energy Coalition

Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

Oil Change International

Oil Train Blast Zone

Olympia Confronting the Climate Crisis

Olympia Port Fracking Resistance

PacificNW Tribal Climate Change Network

Power Past Coal

Protect Whatcom

Quinault Indian Nation

Quinault Nation Environmental Defense

Resources for Sustainable Communities

Rising Tide

Rising Voices

Shell No!

Sightline Institute reports

Stand Up to Oil

Sustainable Northwest

Swinomish Climate Change Initiative

Tar Sands Action

Tar Sands Action Seattle

350 global climate movement

Tribes and Climate Change (NAU)

Voices of Coal

Washington Backbone Campaign

Wildlife Promise: Northern Cheyenne

Resources used in the production of this episode include:

Ocean Prayer Pamyua from the Side A/Side B Album

I am Yup'ik by Byron Nicholai

Canoe Family (Nisqually Welcome Songs)

Mary Hillaire: A Lasting Vision (abridged)

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Byron Nicholai
  I Am Yup'ik is available on iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon, Google Play, and Spotify

This broadcast is made possible through the many volunteers of (and with support from) Bernie2016tv

A special thank-you to Richard Green for handling the onsite tech for this event.