The San Francisco State Chapter of the California Faculty Association is co-hosting a climate justice film festival on campus as part of the Climate Action Forum, Oct. 13-15. The Forum includes a presentation on Oct. 16 from 2-4 pm, at the McKenna Theater by global climate activist Bill McKibben.
The film series will be shown from 4-6 pm Oct. 13, 14 and 15 at the Library Room 121. All events are free and wheelchair accessible.
October 13th. Standing on Sacred Ground. An award-wining film about indigenous responses to global climate change and opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline. Special guests: filmaker Toby McLeod and Pennie Opal Plant. Co-sponsored by the Cultural Conservancy and the the Department of American Indian Studies.
October 14th. The Wisdom to Survive. Leaders and activists from the realms of science, economics, and spirituality offer suggestions for a sustainable life. Special guest: Joanna Macy, teacher, writer and activist.
October 15th. Disruption. 350.org film that explores the science, shattered political process, public paralysis and corporate special interests that have characterized the response to climate change up till now. It makes a compelling call for bold action. Special guests from the climate action movement
Event sponsors include the Environmental Studies Program/School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE), Fossil Free SFSU, Eco-Students, SF State Chapter of CFA and more.
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