Klamath Environmental Justice Film Festival

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.

Please RSVP here and spread the word.

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