Presented by Regeneración Pajaro Valley in collaboration with the California State University Monterey Bay. This forum will shed light on how the climate emergency disproportionately impacts girls and women and the essential work that they do. Speakers will explore the intersection of sexism, racism, classism, and other oppressions as they tell their stories of climate impacts, climate activism, building climate resilient communities, and working for social and environmental justice.
What: Climate of Hope Online Forum – Women, Girls, and Climate Justice
When: March 3rd, 3-5 pm PST on Zoom with optional networking 5-6 pm
Language: Interpretation in Spanish and Mixteco will be available on Zoom and by phone conference line.
Spanish: (602) 580-9748 Access Code 3470165#
Mixteco: (425) 436-6304 Access Code: 7427151#
Livestream: to Facebook @regenerationpajarovalley
Featured speakers include:
Kanyon Sayers-Roods, Cultural Representative and Native Monitor for Indian Canyon Mutsun Band of Costanoan/Ohlone People, Kanyon Konsulting LLC
Leslie Aguayo– Environmental Equity Program Manager, The Greenlining Institute
Ashley Gauer of Monterey Bay Economic Partnership will moderate a panel focusing on women paving the way for equitable climate resiliency:
Nayeli Gallardo – Sustainable Energy
Natasha Burr -Landscape Designer
Hermelinda Vasquez and Mireya Gomez Contreras – Esperanza Community Farms
We will be presenting a Virtual Art Show from the Pajaro Valley Arts Gallery showcasing women artists that illustrate connections to the environment. Pajaro Valley youth will also be featured through video and art.
We welcome a diverse audience so that we can foster and cultivate women’s leadership in all sectors of society. Attendees will also be given the option to join a virtual networking meeting after the webinar for further discussion.
Event is by donation:
Please support open access to this event as you register by making a secure donation on our website: www.regenerationpajarovalley.org
Suggested gift range – $15-100
Together we can begin to redistribute wealth and invest in the people and communities that are presently and historically impacted by social and economic oppression.
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Major support provided by a California Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Justice Small Grant & Ecology Action