All 350NM Speaker Series Events are FREE and Open to the Public
Members of the environmental community will join the ABQ’s Women’s March we’ll meet at 6th and Marquette to get organized and then join the larger march.
Bring your signs and chants calling on all to care for our leading lady — Mother Earth.
More info – camilla.feibelman@sierracl
Rally (10:00am) – https://www.facebook.com/
We will be starting at 10:15 at the County Clerk’s Voter registration office on 5th and Marquette. Then, March south on 5th to Tijeras, and turn East (left) on Tijeras onwards to Civic plaza. We wanted it short due to time and so that disabled and older women can join us.
March (11am – Civic Plaza) – https://www.facebook.com/
Communities in New Mexico are organizing to resist the water, environmental and health effects of fracking. Groups across the US are facing the same issues. Asha Canalos began working as a community organizer in 2011 when a fracked gas compressor station was proposed near her farm in Minisink, NY. Join us as Asha tells the powerful story of their four-year struggle and the lessons we can learn.
Asha is an artist and Co-Founder and Co-Director of New Mexico Story Power, a project dedicated to amplifying the voices of those fighting fossil fuel extraction and infrastructure in New Mexico.
Join 350.org downtown for a brew and conversation. Help celebrate the New Year and the Climate Action 2018 campaign.
Join us and 350 chapters across the country to tune into a livestream at 6:00 PM. Activities and drinks starting at 5pm at O’neills Pub on Central.
Movement leaders including Varshini Prakash of the Sunrise Movement, Rev. Yearwood of the Hip Hop Caucus, Jessica Lorena Rangel of Houston Eyes of a Dreamer, Bill McKibben, co-founder of Inline image 350.org, and many more will deliver the state of our climate movement. They will share stories on the urgency of the current political and climate crises, and light our path ahead: resist the Trump Administration’s ongoing attacks on our climate, build power towards the 2018 and 2020 elections, and secure the lasting change we need through local action.