SOME PEOPLE PUSH BACK
A Discussion and film on Environmentalism and Resistance.
Dillon Thomson is on a West Coast tour promoting effective environmental resistance. On October 28th at 7pm he is showing the film Sweet Crude and giving a speech on ecological resistance at the Black Rose Infoshop. Dillon is a founding member of the board of Fertile Ground and a seasoned environmental activist born and raised in the beautiful and ever fleeting old growth forests in the Pacific Northwest. http://www.dgfg.org/
The documentary film Sweet Crude tells the story of Nigeria’s Niger Delta. The region is seething and the global stakes are high. But in this moment, there’s an opportunity to find solutions. What if the world paid attention before it was too late? Wikipedia: Conflict in the Niger Delta.
Friday, October 28th. 7pm @ Black Rose Info Shop, 4038 N. Mississippi Ave Portland OR