Women in Conversation presents Jamie Margolin and Winona LaDuke speaking about their climate justice activism. The event includes time for audience participation.
Winona LaDuke is a Harvard-educated economist and internationally renowned Native American activist, environmental activist, author, hemp farmer, grandmother, and specializes in rural development; economic, food, and energy sovereignty, and environmental justice. LaDuke has written seven books including, Recovering the Sacred, All Our Relations, Last Standing Woman, The Winona LaDuke Chronicles, and her newest work, To Be A Water Protector: The Rise of the Wiindigo Slayers.
Jamie Margolin is an organizer, activist, author, public speaker, and filmmaker. She is co-founder of the international youth climate justice movement called Zero Hour that led the official “Youth Climate Marches” in Washington, DC, and more than 25 cities around the world during the summer of 2018. Margolin’s book, Youth To Power: Your Voice and How to Use It” serves as a guide to organizing and activism.
Wednesday, April 20, 4:30 – 8:30 PM
4:30-6:30 Mix and Mingle, food trucks, sponsor booths
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd
Santa Rosa 95403