Friday, October 5, 2012

Online screening: "Children of the Jaguar" #film #indigenous #humanrights

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Dear Ray,
We are thrilled to present the second in our series of online events to celebrate 15 years of protecting the Amazon and supporting indigenous rights.
Next MONDAY, OCTOBER 8th, on Indigenous Peoples Day you are invited to a one-day online screening of the film Children of the Jaguar, winner of "Best Documentary" at the 2012 National Geographic All Roads Film Festival. This is a groundbreaking documentary about the Kichwa indigenous people of Sarayaku, Ecuador and their successful international legal battle to prevent oil exploration on their land without their consent. The film will be available to watch at throughout the day on October 8th.
Then join us a week later at Noon PDT on MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th as leaders from Sarayaku will join us for the Amazon Watch Annual Fundraising Luncheon. We will live stream this event and offer a chance to interact with Amazon Watch staff and our special guests from Ecuador, Tupak Amaru Viteri Gualinga, community Vice President, and celebrated Sarayaku leader, Marlon Santi.
Oh, and in case you missed Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Debi Nova's performance at our first online event last weekend, you can watch an encore presentation here.
Join the party and bring your friends to
For the Amazon,
Paul Paz y Miño
Paul Paz y Miño
Managing Director
P.S. If you can join us in person please RSVP today for the Annual Celebration.
Seats are going fast!


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