The earth is our mother, we must take care of her.
Standing Rock Benefit Sonoma County
Sunday, November 6th, 5-10pm,
at the Sebastopol Grange
Inspired to act in solidarity with #nodapl (No Dakota Access Pipeline) and #waterislife (Protecting our natural water sources), community members are coming together on Nov. 6th to raise money, supplies and awareness about the illegal oil pipeline project in North Dakota and the need to protect our own drinking water from contamination.
Connecting this benefit to earth stewardship and environmental protection around our local area, it highlights the need to honor and preserve sacred sites everywhere with a focus on kinder and more respectful treatment toward indigenous peoples.
Our event will include an opening prayer and water blessings, several topical speakers, musical acts, indigenous dancing, live art, a silent auction, info and letter/petition writing tables, vending booths, food and drink for sale, and a donation area drop-off for blankets and supplies, ending with a closing ceremony.
This will be a family-friendly event with games and art to engage the youth as well as educating the public.
$20 suggested donation.
Limited Presale tickets (gets your two free raffle entries!) available –
You can make a donation before the event here: https://changeaheart.nationbuilder.com/_nodapl
Profits collected will be sent to the Standing Rock Tribe in North Dakota, will be used to buy needed supplies to be delivered by us after the benefit, and a small portion will be given to support local indigenous rights, protecting the environment. This event is sponsored by The Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County and the Sebastopol Grange #306.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1186415131415949/
LET US JOIN IN SOLIDARITY WITH OUR NATIVE AMERICAN BROTHERS AND SISTERS AND STAND TOGETHER TO PROTECT OUR SACRED LAND AND WATER!
Contact: Dr. Loi C. Medvin (707-695-7888) or Brian Scharf (510-507-6609)
Sebastopol Grange #306, 6000 Sebastopol Rd (Hwy 12), Sebastopol, California 95472