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In the Flow: Arts and Culture Practices for the Water Movement
Join the Water Hub on April 28 at 12:30 pm PT/3:30 pm ET for a special panel conversation with artists that use their work to advance water and climate justice. Community-centered arts and culture strategies are underused in movement work. By tapping into our imaginations, these strategies have the potential to create a shared vision of a better future.

Panelists include:
> Ashley Fairbanks- Creative Director/Narrative Strategist, 100% Campaign & Honor the Earth
>Jeannine Kayembe Oro- Senior Program Manager of Climate Justice, Cultural Power
>Marcus Trujillo -Graphic Designer, Office of Laguna Learning in Laguna Pueblo
> Axel Santana- Associate, PolicyLink

We hope to inspire the water and climate movement to break out of traditional storytelling siloes to better engage communities and decision-makers. Artists will share their work and experience supporting movement building and show how art can help create social change. They will also talk about how nonprofit organizations can equitably partner with creators.

Apr 28, 2022 12:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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