Thursday February 21st, Grand Rapids Michigan
Building Power: How to Grow Our Movement
A breakout Panel Discussion focused on Faith, Youth & Labor with Leah Wiste, Rachel Marco-Havens and Frank Huston moderated by Seth Bernard
Friday, November 9, 2018 at 7pm–SUNY Orange Cultural Affairs presents AWAKE, A Dream From Standing Rock,
a documentary film about the Water Protectors’ 2016 call to stop an oil pipeline coming through their Indigenous homelands.
Introduction by award-winning filmmaker James Spione and panel discussion to follow in the OBTC Great Room 101 at Kaplan Hall, Newburgh.
Earthwork Harvest Gathering is an inspirational, annual gathering of creative people celebrating social, environmental, civic and spirit driven justice. As part of an incredible line up of musical, collectivity and collaboration, Rachel made the following offerings:
Panel Discussion on Colonialism and Cultural Appropriation—Friday @ 4:00, Cedar Stage
Panel Discussion on Water Rights and Protection—Sunday @ 10:00 am with Holly T. Bird, Deb Hansen, Rachel Marco-Havens, Chris Good
Workshop/Circle Facilitation — Cutting the Cords Of Old and Tying New Cords Of Connection—Sunday @ Noon in the Women’s Tent facilitated by Rachel Marco-Havens
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2018 at 7:00pm
Humanities Theater — SUNY Purchase
Victoria Woodhull: Phoenix Rising —Courageous Voices Roundtable
Robbins Hunter Museum 221 East Broadway, Granville, Ohio
This is the first event of a 3 year program to celebrate Victoria Woodhull: Phoenix Rising.
Rachel was joined by Carol Apacki, Licking County Concerned Citizens for Health and Environment; Rita Kipp, League of Women Voters; and Ceciel Shaw, Strong Voices Rising.
Earthwork Harvest Gathering—Lake City Michigan
Rachel joined Lee Sprague and several other people on a panel discussion in the Barn, to discuss decolonization Lee facilitated a continuation at Maddy’s Circle.
Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 7:30PM
Discussion with Water Protectors, Ramapough Lenape Chief, Dwaine Perry, Filmmaker, James Spione, Ramapough Lenape Nation member Owl, Ojibwe author, educator Shannon Rothenberger Flynn and Community Activator Rachel Marco Havens.
March 6 2017 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
William Paterson University Anthropology Department
This event provides an opportunity to learn, discuss, and create future collaborations around environment and water and social justice issues for Native American communities, locally and beyond. Guest speakers Chief Dwaine Perry of the local Ramapough Lunaape Nation and Rachel Marco-Havens (Community Organizer) will share their knowledge and perspectives on the struggles to protect water and stop gas pipelines in Ringwood, New Jersey, and the Dakotas, and suggest ways to participate in their struggles to protect water as indigenous peoples or as allies.
and via Livestream — where we explored the intersections of spirituality and politics. Marianne, Senator Bernie Sanders, and a host of experts speaking on the most critical spiritual and political issues of our day.
Jon Bowermaster, Manna Jo Greene, the Environmental Action Director of Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Rachel Marco-Havens joins and other community activists for a post-screening discussion of the film series, The Hudson: A River at Risk at the Rosendale Theater
This month we have three guests, Emily James, Shane Butler, and Rachel Marco-Havens (Patti Smith and Mr. Patrick shared on this evening as well). Enjoy story telling by Talkingstick founders, Master Lee and Mr. Patrick, and educated explanations of the chosen works by the Rubin Museum’s tour guides. Hope to see you there! 8:30pm, and as always, meet in the lobby at the bottom of the stairs! 🙂
Some photos can be seen HERE.