Preserving cultural heritage & stopping radioactive pollution in indigenous communities
On Saturday, December 5, 2020, Day 35 of #100daysofBTS to #EndTheClimateCrisis, we continue noticing the importance of cultural heritage, share more of the #BTSIdol performance at a Korean palace, and remind ourselves of indigenous land rights in North America and around the world as central to solving the #GlobalClimateCrisis. Also, friendly reminder of two climate justice events this Wed., Dec. 9: (1) National Town Hall at 12 noon Pacific to oppose the White Mesa Uranium Mill with @GrandCanyonTrustAZ, Indigenous Environmental Network (@ienearth), @Greenaction4EJ, the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, and others, and to learn about the negative impacts of radioactive pollution in indigenous communities. (2) Followed at 7 p.m. Pacific by the @ClimateRealityProject Bay Area Chapter event on Youth and Young Professional Climate Change and Climate Justice Leadership. Come join us, and let’s end the #ClimateCrisis together!