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Film Screening and Panel Discussion: The Condor and the Eagle
Start Date: 4/17/2021Start Time: 1:40 PM
End Date: 4/18/2021End Time: Midnight

Event Description:

Celebrate Earth Week 2021!

Film Screening: The Condor and the Eagle

Panel Discussion—A Campus Movement to Redefine
Sustainability and Promote The Rights of Nature

Details on how to access the film and panel discussion—coming soon


Watch The Condor & The Eagle (on your own)
April 17-19

The Condor and the Eagle follows the journey of four Indigenous leaders in their visits to the Eagle’s North and to the Condor’s South, to unite Indigenous peoples to end the ecocide driven by the extraction and burning of fossil fuels.

Panel Discussion and Q&A
Monday, April 19 at 1:40 pm

Lindsey Kayman
Moderator, John Jay College Sustainability Council, & EEF

Casey Camp Horneck
Featured in The Condor & the Eagle, Casey led the Ponca Nation effort to adopt a Rights of Nature Statute, and to pass a moratorium on fracking on Tribal Lands.

Craig Kauffman
Associate Professor of Political Science and Environmental Studies , University of Oregon & Member of UN Harmony with Nature

Erica Cowper
Drew Univ. Student & Officer, Drew Environmental Action League 

Sponsored by the John Jay College Environmental Justice Program, the International Criminal Justice MA Program, the Sustainability Council , the Environmental Club and by Environmental Education Fund (EEF)

Condor and the Eagle

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