FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Event Date: Friday March 19, 2010
Location: California Valley Miwok Tribe, 10601 Escondido Pl., Stockton,
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
The California Valley Miwok Tribe proudly presents Ms. Elouise Brown. Ms. Brown’s presentation is in regards to the resistance to coal development on Indigenous land. Ms. Brown will speak in Stockton, CA as a part of her state-wide lecture tour on the current environmental and Native resistance to coal mining initiatives on Indigenous land.
As the Paredon Oil & Gas Drilling Initiative controversy continues in Carpinteria CA. Elouise Brown, a Diné (Navajo) Traditionalist and President of the Doodá Desert Rock committee, will speak out about the dangers and the ongoing exploitation of indigenous land and people by energy companies.
This lecture will be held at the Tribal Offices of the California Valley Miwok Tribe 10601 Escondido Pl., Stockton, CA 10:00 am – 1:00 pm on Friday, March 19, 2010
This Event/Lecture is free
BACKGROUND – Doodá Desert Rock – The community of Chaco Rio in the Navajo Nation (SW of Farmington, New Mexico) has been blockading entry to the site of a proposed 1,500 megawatt coal fired power plant since December 2006. Desert Rock would be the third coal plant within a 20-mile radius in a region already suffering from extreme levels of toxic emissions. http://www.doodadesertrock.com/