Hear from activists talking about an illegal OIL pipeline being built in northern Minnesota on Native-American land. Land of 10,000 Lakes--NOT 10,000 Leaks hosts a conference FEB. 1 in Minneapolis.. Plus: Twin City plawyright KIM HINES on her plau about Minnesota civil rights activist & labor organizer Nellie Stone Johnson at the History Theater in St., Paul. (EVENT INFO BELOW)
JAN.26-FEB.17: "NELLIE" by KIM HINES
History Thater, 30 East 10th St., St. Paul 55101
For more info: (651)292-4323 www.historytheater.com
MORE on KIM HINES' work: www.simplykimhines.com
FRI. FEB. 1:NO KXL PIPELINE EDUCAtiONAL forum & BENEFIT
noon until 10:00pm in CST
4200 building off Cedar Ave & 42nd St.Minneapolis
feb. 1ST CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AFTER LINKS
Feb.onference 1st. NOON- 10 PM.
Suggested $5 donation at the door. People will not be turned away.
*This is a benefit to raise awareness and raise money to help support our comrades in the Tar Sands Blockade. For there legal expenses and supplies. They are putting there lives on line for the safety of the mother earth. we need your help to do so. With this will be providing information on how to get involved and information on the tar sands and what it is doing to the nativ...e community and to our Earth. The effects of processing tar sands is killing our mother earth and our drinking water. This benefit will raise your awareness of everything that is going on.
FEB.1 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
noon-1pm: Fun Informational games
1 pm-3pm: There will be Informational speakers on the topic of tar sands and there experiences in a blockades.
3:30 pm-6:30 pm: Movie, Last Drop (50 mins) and then a Teach-in with Patricia Shepard and Idle No More on Native History, tar sands on the native lands.
7 pm- 10 pm: Round Dance, music, local indigenous rappers and DJ.
there will be food and drink provided. Drug and alcohol free environment. Music and fun for all... so spread the word and come and educate yourself about the tar sands issue and how its also effecting our nation and the Native Communities