Join the UU Ministry for Earth (UUMFE) & UUA Green Sanctuary Program’s Environmental Justice Practitioners Network webinar series for an online screening & film discussion of the award-winning feature documentary, The Condor & The Eagle.
WHEN: Thursday, March 26th. The film screening will begin at 9:30 AM Pacific / 12:30 PM Eastern (USA) / 5:30 PM Central European — and the discussion with filmmaker Clement Guerra & protagonist Bryan Parras will begin at 11 AM Pacific / 2 PM Eastern (USA) / 7 PM Central European.
WHERE: online through Zoom video conference services
SUGGESTED DONATION: sliding scale, $10-50 (USA) collected now, during, or after the event
Donations will benefit (1) the film’s community impact campaign, (2) UU-Indigenous partnerships for Earth/Climate Justice in 2020, & (3) the Sarayaku and other Indigenous Ecuadorian Amazonian communities recovering from a recent horrendous flood (note: please donate through this link and not the “flood” link for the film screening donation; we will “split the plate” and donate a lump sum to the GoFundMe page; the link is for context).
ABOUT THE FILM: Indigenous environmental leaders embark on an extraordinary trans-continental adventure from the Canadian plains to deep into the heart of the Amazonian jungle to unite the peoples of North and South America and deepen the meaning of “Climate Justice”.
Dozens of congregations have had to cancel their long-anticipated screenings of this film over the next six weeks, and UUMFE is thrilled to offer this opportunity to view it online together as a launch to Spring for Change: A Season of Sacred Activism.
UUMFE is also working closely with the filmmakers to offer more online screening opportunities later in the Spring! We aim to have updates about this for you during the film discussion portion of this program!