St. John's Episcopal Church
114 Capitol Way SE, Olympia
Facing Climate and Nuclear Catastrophes: Acting to Protect Life On Earth. Three powerful speakers to put together a retreat that addresses the intersectionality of climate and nuclear issues; their potential effects on human survival and quality of life.
Dahr Jamail will keynote on “The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption.” He worked as an independent American reporter in the Middle East during the war in Iraq in 2003. He currently writes for Truthout about climate disruption.
Peter Lumsdaine works with Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility’s Nuclear Weapon Abolition Task Force. He has a background in environmental protection/justice, and has worked in resource conflict zones throughout the world. He also focuses on the ecological/human societal impacts of rapidly accelerating electronic technologies on earth.
Derek Hoshiko is a climate and social justice organizer from Island County, WA. He works with For the People—Community Supported Organizing, and is launching a bold project, Rapid and Just Climate Action—to stop global warming within ten years by building broader, more inclusive movements.
Workshops focusing on action will be presented by Sunrise, the Olympia Coalition to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, and Olympia Public Power. We ask for $25 registration, or pay what you can includes morning refreshments and lunch.
Contact Jean Gant Delastrada GANTJ_750@msn.com or call/text 360-701-5980
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