NEW TOPIC: Environmental And Social Justice in Native Communities
Unfortunately, Dr. Melanie J. Springer will not be able to join us this Thursday for our luncheon due to illness in the family. We hope you will still join us as the show will go on!
Our guest speaker is Daniel Paul Nelson, director of the Lakota People's Law Project. Daniel has worked on the Greenpower initiative and with the Lakota People in North and South Dakota. He has worked with Native communities for over ten years, helping lead campaigns opposing fossil fuel extraction (NoDAPL), vote suppression in North Dakota, and violation of the Indian Child Welfare Act by foster care workers. In this presentation, he will discuss these campaigns and describe ongoing activism in the Dakotas to support Native sovereignty and environmental sanity.
Dedicated to reversing the slow genocide of the Lakota People and destruction of their culture, the Lakota People’s Law Project partners with Native communities to protect sacred lands, safeguard human rights, promote sustainability, reunite indigenous families, and much more.
For more information on Daniel's work and the Lakota Law Project, please visit here.
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California Field Green Salad
with Arugula, Cherry Tomato, Pine Nuts & Shaved Parmesan
Lemon & Balsamic Dressing
Seared Chicken Cordon Bleu
in a Mushroom Cream Sauce
Creamy Mashed Potatoes & Sauté of Seasonal Vegetables
Spinach & Cheese Ravioli
Tuscan Sauce of Sun Dried Tomato, Artichoke, Kalamata Olives & Capers
Classic Italian Tiramisu
Coffee & Tea