Earth Matters begins with co-producer and Upper Gila Watershed Alliance director Donna Stevens discussing the upcoming Wild & Scenic Film Festival that takes place January 14th at 6:30 pm at the Silco Theater.
EM co-producer and Gila Resources Information Project Executive Director Allyson Siwik continues with a discussion of the growing “Trump Resistance Movement” with guests Kieran Suckling, Director of the Center for Biological Diversity, and Grant County community activists Jim McIntosh, Deb James, and Barbara Mora.
As the extreme, anti-environment, anti-science, climate-denying Trump administration takes over the White House, people are mobilizing to talk about how to defend our environment, our civil rights, and basic human values. We’ll find out these local efforts dovetail with how people are organizing nationally and building solidarity around peace and respect for all – including Mother Earth.
- 6th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival
- Resistance Roadshow / Earth2Trump.org
- Love Over Fear / The People’s Procession
January 21, 2017 / Noon – 2pm,
March from La Capilla to Gough Park
- MoveOn.org Community Resistance Meetings
January 15, 2017 / Two Meetings – Noon & 5pm
Earth Matters is broadcast
Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday at 10am and Thursday at 8pm.
When post production is completed, you can listen at your convenience via this link…
Earth Matters / Wild & Scenic Film Festival/ Resistance, Resilience & The People’s Procession