URGENT Native Warriors Without Funding for Bolivia
Native Warriors Seek Sponsors for Bolivia Summit
We’ve had no luck finding sponsors for the Native activists, leaders
in the movements, who want to go to the Bolivia Climate Summit. Please
contact the individuals below directly if you can sponsor them, time
is running out.
Native activists seek sponsors for the Bolivia Climate Summit:
–Michelle Cook, Navajo youth ambassador earlier to Iran and scholar
in New Zealand (email) cookmichelle7
–Elouise Brown, Navajo director of Dooda Desert Rock, (e-mail)
email@example.com (Navajoland/New Mexico)
Elouise is on the front lines of the climate battle, fighting the
proposed power plant in her homeland on Navajoland. Michelle is a
vital voice for Indigenous youths globally.
–Jose Matus, Yaqui director of the Indigenous Alliance without
Borders, (email) firstname.lastname@example.org are seeking financial sponsors so
they can participate in the conference. (Tucson/Sonora, Mexico) Jose
is trilingual, Yaqui/Spanish/English, and has volunteered to help with
radio broadcasts at Earthcycles. We are connecting with many Native
radio stations in the Americas to provide coverage.
–Western Shoshone Carrie Dann also hopes to go. (Western Shoshone
land, northern Nevada)
They all have so much to offer, hope they can make it.
SPONSOR NATIVE ACTIVISTS: For a complete list of 20 Native
environmentalists to sponsor, leaders in the movements, who want to go
and are without funding, contact Tom Goldtooth, director, Indigenous
TOM GOLDTOOTH: email@example.com
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