Welcome to the WHOlives Clean Ride for Water!
Organizers: Craig and Tammy Johnson
Join us on Father's Day Eve and come ride the Nebo Loop for a charitable cause! All funds raised will support clean water projects around the world for WHOlives, a Utah-based nonprofit that is changing the lives of millions!
Date: Saturday, June 16th, 2018
Registration/Breakfast: 8:30am - 9:30am
Kickstands Up: 10:00am
Starting Point: Timpanogos Harley in Lindon, UT
Ending Point: Legends Motorcycle Emporium in Springville, UT
Ride Route: Nebo Loop - http://bit.ly/2sjwzwx
$30 Rider (breakfast + lunch included)
$10 Passenger (breakfast + lunch included)
$5 DISCOUNT FOR ALL RIDERS REGISTERING ONLINE BEFORE JUNE 16th! REGISTRATION LINK FOR $25 DISCOUNTED TICKETS:
*riders and passengers can also register at the actual event (morning of June 16th)
Don't forget to join us at Legends in Springville for the "After Ride Party" at 12:30pm. There will be raffle prizes, food, drinks, and live music from Blue on Black! You don't want to miss this!
3.4 million people die EVERY YEAR as a result of drinking contaminated and dirty water! WHOlives is solving this crisis.
Your registration for this ride (plus raffle entries) will provide financial support for WHOlives and help us bring clean water to families in need across Africa, Asia, and Latin America!
Thanks to supporters like YOU, we have provided clean drinking water to 1.8 million people around the world! And our impact keeps growing.
Please invite your friends to ride with you on June 16th and bring your family to the "After Ride Party"! Your support is needed to continue this life-changing work. Thank you!
Welcome to the WHOlives Clean Ride for Water!
President Trump announced he is coming to Utah in early December. His stated intent is to eliminate vast portions of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments. He may also act to reduce other monuments around the country at that time.
This action is illegal, unwarranted, and dismisses the more than 2.8 million people that petitioned President Trump to keep our national monuments fully intact. It is also an affront to Native American Tribes.
Join fellow Utahns on December 2nd to resist Trump’s efforts to dismantle our national monuments. Let’s send a clear and visible message that we intend to “Honor Tribes” and defend the priceless scientific, cultural, and ecological legacies these monuments represent.
Bring your #SaveGrandStaircase and #StandWithBearsEars signs and wear your “Protect Bears Ears” and “I Stand with Grand Staircase-Escalante” t-shirts. If you don’t have signs, pick them up at Wasatch Touring (700 E 100 S), at the event, or make your own. T-shirts are sold at Wasatch Touring and at the event.
Please share this event widely! Bring family and friends! Let’s make a statement by standing together as Utahns and Tribal Nations.
To volunteer at the rally: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeep7MOWUdljCxpxtisjYzdqc-wceiVMSIdVCGGsEJ5VFuJDQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
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Come join us for the screening of the documentary “Beyond Standing Rock.” "Beyond Standing Rock" takes a close-up look at the controversy on the front lines of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The film investigates the collision of energy development and tribal rights/sovereignty. BEYOND STANDING ROCK explores these issues through three different tribal stories: The Dakota Access Pipeline (Standing Rock Sioux), the Southern Ute Tribe energy development, and a coalition of tribes in the Four Corners region, fighting for control over the Bears Ears National Monument.
After the film, we will have a panel of experts sharing their narratives and experiences about Standing Rock and working with the Native Communities. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.
The film will be shown at the Wildcat Theater.
Salt Lake City, Park City, and Moab are leading the way on clean energy in Utah with ambitious 100% renewable energy goals. Join Salt Lake City Sustainability, Utah Clean Energy, the Sierra Club Utah Chapter, and HEAL Utah for an exciting discussion on how our communities are leading the way to a clean energy future!
Click here for a full list of Utah Climate Week events: http://www.utahclimateactionnetwork.com/climateweek.html
PANDOS is hosting the Defend the Sacred Pow Wow on Sept 22-23. If interested in Sponsoring or Volunteering please email us at email@example.com or click on link.
Friday 22 schedule:
10am-2pm Kids day
6pm-10pm Grand Entry/ Pow Wow
Saturday 23 schedule:
12 noon-4pm Grand Entry/ Pow Wow
4pm-5pm Dinner Break
5pm-10pm Grand Rntry/Pow Wow
Sunday 24 schedule:
11am-3pm Native Performers TBA
Join the JenkStars- a collective of artists, musicians, and up-cycle engineers- for an informative evening learning about Urban Beekeeping and Native Pollinators. Learn about honey bees, the challenges they and their keepers face, and other native Utah pollinators. We'll learn what to do if you see a bee swarm, & how to get started with honey bees in your own back yard.
Schedule for the evening:
6:30 - 8pm - DIY Reclaimed Bee Box demo
7 - 8:00 - Live music by Coyote and the Moon
8 - 9:30pm - Panel Discussion: Urban Bee Keeping
9:30 - 10pm - Audience Q&A
10:00 pm- Midnight - SophistaSound
Midnight-1am - Disko Klown
1:00am-Close - Simply B
Starting at 6:30 pm, we begin with a DIY workshop where we will learn how to construct our own Langstroth medium sized beehive.
Limited materials will be provided.
For the serious DIY diehards~~The measurements of the side bars vary depending on whether the frames are deep, medium, or shallow. Deep frames are 19 inches x 1-1/16 inches x 9-1/8 inches; medium frames are 19 inches x 1-1/16 inches x 6-1/4 inches; and shallow frames are 19 inches x 1-1/16 inches x 5-3/8 inches.
Our panel discussion will be hosted by Alethea Maki. Panelists include:
- Chris Rodesch (Salt Lake County Bee Inspector)
- Stephen Stanko (University of Utah)
- Owen Parry (President of Wasatch Bee Keepers Association)
- Local Hobbyists and Honey Bee Enthusients (TBD)
Following the panel discussion will be an audience Q&A.
Our featured artist this month is Dan Muir's Living Art Installation. Dan regards his work as utiliizing a 'blend of natural elements and findings from the world around; using the architectural and structural beauty of living plants, enhancing that essence and creating from inspiration.'
"I've been doing floral design, bonsai, anything to do with plants, professionally for the last 15 years and my fascination continues to grow!" ~Dan Muir
New to the SLAM! The Honey Bee Mocktail Bar!
Bee sure to BYOG (Bring your own glass) and enjoy fresh mocktails (non-alcoholic cocktails) from 7-11pm.
$10 Suggested Donation (JenkStar Sustaining Members are free!).
$15 After 11pm
BYO alcohol - We'll be serving our delicious mocktails for personal spiking if desired. Bring some $ for that!
Kids are welcome until around 11pm. Please leave your dogs at home!
Yellowstone to Uintas Connection will be hosting a Successful Activism Workshop on Tuesday, May 23 at 5:30 pm at Fisher Brewing in Salt Lake City. This training is available to everybody and will be free of charge!
The event will feature a 15 minute presentation from Cache Humane Society Director Stacey Frisk on the legality of lobbying as a non-profit. Then, Dr. David Christian from Logan, Utah will be give an approximately hour long training on Motivational Interviewing (MI), a proven and effective strategy for facilitating behavior change. MI is a communication method that is rapidly catching on across the country used by doctors, lawyers, executives, scientists, advocates, lobbyists and many others. MI provides methods for approaching individuals and developing working relationships with them in order to factilitate real measureable outcomes. These methods have been proven to work both through numerous studies and in practice. Dr. Christian will co-present with Sharla Hart, his wife, who is an expert in instructional education.
We encourage you to invite as many people as you know to this free workshop whether they be employees or friends of your organization, or even just folks you know. Please keep in mind that Fisher Brewing is a 21 and over veune. The main presentations will be from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Fisher Brewing has been nice enough to let us use their space so we encourage folks to stick around after for food, drinks and conversations with some great people from around the state!
Thanks and we'll see you there!
We Walk and Bike to Standing Rock.
You'll leave at beginning date for walkers and end date for bikers. Be there by 26th at Tibetan temple in Boulder,Co.
. But pay close attention. I'll be finding a host to assist me there.
This happened in 1970 during nuclear protest. The walk went from SF TO VERMONT with there mayor. It ended up at white House Lawn I believe story goes. Met by police with armor. But we must stand against this oppression against our water. I need 1000s of people from all 50 states. Please share and reproduce my event Across United States. It'll take a month at longest for whole nation of Walkers and bikers start showing up at standing rock. Schedule. I'm planning on Oregon California and Washington joining in. We meet in Denver to group up.
A large anti-nuclear demonstration was held on May 6, 1979, in Washington D.C., when 125,000 people including the Governor of California, attended a march and rally against nuclear power. In New York City on September 23, 1979, almost 200,000 people attended a protest against nuclear power. Anti-nuclear power protests preceded the shutdown of the Shoreham, Yankee Rowe, Millstone I, Rancho Seco, Maine Yankee, and about a dozen other nuclear power plants.
The Flood never came to Standing Rock, so let's bring the Flood to the United Nations.
From April 24th to May 5th the United Nations in New York City is holding the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, also known as PFII. Typically, these forums lack Native American representation, and often have Non-Natives speaking on behalf of Natives and their issues. This ends now.
For two weeks, we need to show New York, The UN, and the world that Indigenous People are here, and can speak for themselves.
The world will not forget what happened at Standing Rock. The world will no longer ignore the conditions on reservations, and the issues effecting indigenous people around the globe. 3/4 of the world's population are indigenous, and it's time they stop forgetting that.
There are multiple levels of events within this forum, some more exclusive than others. We want to come out in full force at every level. From top to bottom. From panels at the UN headquarters to flash mob round dances in Time Square, we are going to Flood New York City.
Whether you are registered for the forum or not, we are asking for all indigenous people and allies to come to New York City and show your support. As the strongest of warriors take the United Nations to speak, they will have the support of their brothers and sisters outside, praying, singing, marching and standing in solidarity.
Thousands came to Standing Rock. Thousands came to DC. And we can do the same in New York City.
We are planning a plethora of events, from demonstrations, to speaking engagements, to gatherings and dances and celebrations. For two weeks, let's make New York City our new home.
More details to come as this develops and grows.
If you would like to register your own group for the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (PFII) in New York City. http://bit.ly/PFIIRegistration
Deadline March 30th 2017
Inexpensive Bus resources :
March for Science after the Earth Day Festivities from the lawn of the Bit & Spur to the Canyon Community Center. Bring your drums and signs! This is a peaceful march. We will cap it off with a drum circle at the CCC Learn more about this international movement www.marchforscience.com
As diverse as cultures are throughout the world, one common theme that most traditional cultures have is the respect for water as a life giving force. In the last few years, we have seen many people disregard the value of clean drinking water, and this has resulted in our people becoming ill. The fight for Standing Rock reminded us that we must honor Mother Earth and thank her for the Water she provides which gives us nourishment and rejuvenation. On this year’s Earth Day Weekend, please join us to take a moment to pay tribute to water and to show the interconnectedness of traditional communities in how we realize water is vital to our existence.
On April 21, 2017 from 6-8pm, PANDOS will be presenting “Folklore In Honor of Water” at the Downtown Salt Lake City Library Nancy Tessman Auditorium on 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT. Different performers will present dance, music, or storytelling that specifically highlight the reverence of water in traditional cultures. Some of the cultural traditions that will be represented include Bolivia, India, Afro Brazilian , Native American traditions, Haiti, Pacific Islanders, Ukrainian, African storytelling, and more.
Parking is available underground or on the streets surrounding the library.
Ticket Prices Include:
Children 12 and under: $7
VIP: $ 25 (VIP will include a PANDOS t-shirt with Turtle Logo designed by Dave John, please make sure to inform of of your shirt size on this purchase) shirts will be given out at the event
At the Door:
Children 12 and Under: $10
VIP: $30 (VIP will include a PANDOS t-shirt with Turtle Logo designed by Dave John)
You can buy tickets at:
All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting PANDOS in its non-profit work to fulfill its mission: “PANDOS peacefully advocates for basic human and environmental rights, primarily Native and Indigenous rights. By organizing support and education, we encourage dialogue and the protection of our shared hom”. PANDOS is looking to apply for our non profit status and this fundraiser will help to pay for our application for the non profit status and our operating costs. For more information on PANDOS, please go to http://www.pandos.org/upcoming-events.html
Harry James: MC
Daela Taeoalii-Higgs- MC
Adriano Riveira- Afro Brazilian Candomble Opening Prayer
Carla Arancibia- Afro Brazilian Singing
Michaelle Martial - Haitian Poetry
Malialoe Dance- Pacific Islander Dance
Nuevas Raices- Bolivian Dance
Karpaty Dance- Polish/Ukrainian Dance
Sarika Das- Classical Indian Dance
Raksha Karpoor - Classical Indian Dance
Joan Effiong- Nigerian Storytelling and Guinea Drumming
Rhonda Duvall- Native American Dance
Shane Etsitty- Native American Dance
Carl Moore- Native American Dance
Butch Russell - Native American Closing Blessing
Speaking the only language crony capitalists and corrupt banking institutions understand, the Defund DAPL movement seeks to unite the people of the greater SLC area to pull funds, close accounts, and amplify our disgust and anger of the use of member money to back the interests of the oil industry and its philosophy of profit before people. Nearly every major bank has financial ties to dirty energy, while credit unions invest locally.
****Most importantly, WE THE PEOPLE want to remind big banks that we do not condone the violation of Native American treaty and basic human rights*****
Since we want to take the bank by surprise, we don’t want to publicly announce our location ahead of time. We will meet at another location (The Salt Lake City Library) at 9am the day of the action to ensure everyone is on the same page and feels comfortable with the sequence of events. We will head to the respective branches around 9:45. Once everyone has made it through the line and taken their money, we will stand outside with signs having conversations and encouraging others to close accounts.
Please wear blue as we are FLOODING the banks. Bring signs. Remove your money from Wells Fraudo!
(The picture is of Happi American Horse during the early days of No Dapl. Picture taken by Rob Wilson. The clouds in the back are pregnant with rain and reminds me of the saying: A storm's a brewin)
Join us for Love Utah Give Utah at Wasatch Brewery and support groups who are at the forefront of the battle to protect our Water, Land and Air. The Wasatch Pub has graciously decided to host a Love Give event and invited us to join them. Come enjoy some good food and beer and maybe donate some bucks to an organization that will fight tooth and nail to protect Utah's precious rivers!
We look forward to seeing you there!
This movement is not over! We will continue to support our water protectors and Standing Rock by uniting. We will continue to protect our waters.
Come join us in this nationwide event that will take place in Los Angeles, San Diego, Coachella Valley/Palm Springs, Chicago, Washington D.C, and Philadelphia. Please check in this page again for the links for each particular city mentioned above. Each organizer will go live on Facebook at the same time as we work in solidarity to drop our banners to show our support. At this time, east coast will start at 12pm and SD and LA will begin at 9am.
Our goal is to get people to take their money out of the banks that are funding the pipeline and to spread the message that this battle is not over.
Please share this event with friends and we encourage you to bring your own signs. Please note: This is not a march but it is a protest. We want to keep this a peaceful, non-violent event. Please refrain from foul language and disorderly conduct because you are representing Standing Rock and supporting the water protectors.
#MotherEarth #NODAPL #defunddapl #bankexit #waterislife #mniwiconi#indigenousrights #standingrock
Standing Rock has been given notification of eviction scheduled for tomorrow. Let us come together and show our solidarity for our warriors who are still at the frontlines. I cannot stand by and watch. IDLE NO MORE. If you cannot attend please share this event. And most importantly watch your newsfeed tomorrow and share all that will happen in Standing Rock. Let's show the world the real News .......
The new presidency has signed an executive order, reigniting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The water protectors in the Standing Rock Sioux tribe are still struggling against the Army Corps of Engineers. We will have the NoDAPL webiste up to directly send donations to their cause. We will also be taking cash donations if you do not want to use a card.
Look out for the Sky High short bus outside of Bar X/Beer Bar!!!
#noDAPL #mniwiconi #standwithstandingrock #standingrocksioux #beerbar#barx #skyhighbus #rideskyhigh