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Combating Climate Change: Our Systemic Sickness - A Special for Earth Day

A historic $9B pollution judgment won by Indigenous Amazon peoples against Chevron in Ecuador’s courts—not collected for 10 years.
The American attorney who won the judgment, under house arrest without trial in Manhattan for almost 2 years on misdemeanor contempt charges after he refused to turn over his computer and cell phone to Chevron.

What’s the real story?

Join us as our own Mary MacVean, formerly a journalist with the LA Times, leads a discussion with Steven Donziger, the lawyer representing the Ecuadorian people. This will be the 4th of the Temple Isaiah Green Team series where we are looking at climate change as a symptom, seeking a better understanding of the root causes of this “illness,” and, how we all can advance immediate and long term curative strategies.

Sponsored by Temple Isaiah Green Team. 

Zoom link will be provided by Temple Isaiah upon registration.

Thursday, April 22, 2021, 7:30 PM until 9:00 PM

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Talia S Karu
310-871-2721 (c)
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