The Klamath Environmental Justice Film Festival will focus on the impacts of consumption on Mother Earth and her people.
Themes will include:
- River health & community health – focusing on dams, water diversions & water pollution.
- Climate & the fossil fuel industry – focusing on the Pacific Connector Pipeline, Standing Rock and social movements.
- Sustainable food systems – focusing on native and river-friendly food.
This event is FREE TO THE PUBLIC. The festival will serve as a space for dialogue, feedback and community building. Please come be part of our first Klamath Environmental Justice Film Festival and let’s build together.
WHAT: Klamath EJ Film Festival, Art Show & Salmon Bake
WHEN: November 16th (3pm – 7pm) & 17th (3pm – 8pm)
WHERE: Oregon Institute of Technology, Mt. Mazama Room.
WHO: OIT’s Native American Student Union, Klamath Tribes, Klamath youth & a growing number of supporters.
“Wokas Gatherers” painting by Ka’ila Farrell-Smith (Klamath | Modoc), www.kailafarrellsmith.com