PNWD Signed the 2014 Declaration to the NW Tribes - Now what do we do?

Join us in this gathering to put our words into action

for our First Nations.

Join us in this gathering to put our words into action for preserving

our precious Mother Earth.

It is time to put our words into action

"... we call upon ... elected officials... and all people of goodwill to uphold the treaty rights of Native communities of the Northwest. 

" We ask that all environmental and cultural harm to Native lands and peoples be considered in.. policy decisions about the mining, transport, and export of coal and other fossil fuels. 

" As religious leaders we call for the protection of ... the Earth we all call home... 

" We stand in solidarity with our Native neighbors to safeguard the traditional lands, waters, and sacred sites of their peoples from destruction."

JOIN US:  October 9, 2015
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship
1207 Ellsworth St.
Bellingham, Washington

Register here to be there
so we can put our words into action

On October 9th, as part of the Northwest UU Justice Network Justice Summit and in honor of Indigenous Peoples Day Weekend, Lummi Elder and Indian Rights Scholar, Jewell Praying Wolf James will be making a presentation to provide the history of these words and what his vision for their power is. Jessie Dye of Earth Ministry will talk of their role in the development of the document that made these words and more a "Public Declaration." Later, we'll be discussing ways in which we can honor our commitment to the First Nations of the Northwest.

Registration for this Pre-Event is at:
Learn more about this event, the Declaration and download the flyer at:
October 09, 2015 at 7pm - 9pm
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship
1207 Ellsworth St
Bellingham, WA 98248
United States
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Deborah J. Cruz ·

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