Rafael has obtained regular usage (First Tuesday 6-8pm of each month of 2011) of this venue at 2574 21 St., Sacramento, very near the Broadway Sacramento Light Rail Station to have a continuing series of permaculture and permaculture related events.
This month, the event has been rescheduled to take place on Feb 8th, Carla Perez will be presenting.
This is going to be an exciting event.
Lecture and Discussion with Carla Perez, Movement Generation
Follow up to Peak Oil Discussion. Starting in March, every first tuesday of the month 6-8 pm at Sol Collective. Bring guests and food to share if you'd like.
Events are free to the public.
Monthly Open Space for Collaborative Dialogue on Community-based Solutions for a Greener Sacramento and a Cooler Planet
February 8, 6-8pm
Sol Collective presents
"Liberation Permaculture and Community Eco-Justice"
Lecture and Discussion
Carla Maria Pérez, Movement Generation Oakland, CA
Community Organizer, Popular Education Trainer, Indigenous Permaculture Design Consultant, Mother
Carla is a 35 year old dedicated mother and community organizer of Native/Latin American heritage residing in Oakland, California. She graduated from UC Berkeley in 1999 with a BS in Conservation & Resource Studies with an emphasis on Environmental Racism. She has worked on issues of environmental justice and sustainable agriculture with community groups from Yucatán, Mexico to Bay Area environmental justice communities such as Richmond and Bay View Hunters Point in San Francisco.
Prior to joining MG in 2007 as a Planning Committee member and co-founder of the Justice & Ecology Project, Carla spent eight years as staff at Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) as a Leadership Training Coordinator, grassroots organizer and most recently as CBE's Northern California Program Director. Carla is a certified Popular Education Trainer and Indigenous Permaculture Design Consultant. She is a climate justice organizer with the Mobilization for Climate Justice West and a member of the Ruckus Society's People of Color Trainer Network. Today Carla coordinates MG's community eco-justice training program, manages the MG Trainers Network and leads MG's Resiliency and Permaculture work. Carla's hardwork is done in dedication to her daughter and to the Spirit of Creation.
There will be a brief discussion afterwards about the possibilities of this group including future event topics for 2011. This series will combine lecture, discussion, skills sharing, films, interactive activities, as well as group projects. Please tell a friend and join the green movement in Sacramento.
Starting next month: every first Tuesday,6-8pm at Sol Collective Main Gallery, 2574 21st Street Sacramento, CA 95818 Contact: RafaelA. (916) 752-2929, Rafael@solcollective.org
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