Political Repression in the Era of Climate Crisis

Join Civil Liberties Defense Center Executive Director, Lauren Regan, and investigative journalist, Will Parrish as they survey the landscape of anti-pipeline struggles in North America.

Amid spiraling climate disasters, fossil fuel pipeline construction in at least two dozen US states and throughout Canada have been facing fierce resistance, particularly from indigenous communities fighting for cultural renewal and survival.

Regan and Parrish will detail tactics used against the water protectors at Standing Rock, from brutal police violence to corporate propaganda campaigns and covert operations involving informants and electronic eavesdropping. They will also draw lessons from the #NoDAPL struggle, with a view toward battles ahead to protect the land, water, and climate.

This event is sponsored by Rogue Climate, Southern Oregon Rising Tide, and the Civil Liberties Defense Center.

February 27, 2019 at 6pm - 7pm
Talent Community Center
208 E Main St
Talent, OR 97540
United States
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