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Across the Americas, Indigenous and Afro-descendent women are the leading voices of struggles to defend their lands, waters and territories from extractives industries that threaten their wellbeing and human rights.

Join us on April 23 to celebrate Earth Day in conversation with three inspiring women defenders:


Sleydo’ (Molly Wickham) of the Gidmit’en Clan in Wet’suwet’en territory, British Columbia, Canada
Yuvelis Morales of the Committee for the Defence of Water, Life and Land in Puerto Wilches, Colombia
Patricia Gualinga of the Kíchwa Indigenous People of Sarayaku and the Amazonian Women’s Collective in Ecuador
When: April 23 from 4:30 to 5:45 pm EDT

This event is free.

Simultaneous English-Spanish interpretation will be provided. Opportunities for solidarity action will be shared!

In solidarity,

Rachel Lim and Luna Cardenas-Ibarra,

On behalf of the AI Canada Environmental Human Rights Defenders Team

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