Thursday, 12/22/2016, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT)
“The 12/21/2016 Defunding the DAPL Action at Kawee’nga (Los Angeles/Hollywood, CA):
An exclusive interview with Jane Fonda, Tokota Iron Eyes, Delores Huerta, and Frances Fisher”
Jane Fonda, activist, Indigenous supporter, and actress of Grace and Frankie (2015-17) (http://www.janefonda.com/); Tokota Iron Eyes (Standing Rock Sioux Nation), youth activist and daughter of Chase Iron Eyes; Delores Huerta, activist and organizer (http://doloreshuerta.org), and Frances Fisher, actress and activist(http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0004920/), exclusively join us for the first segment of tonight’s program for an in exclusive interview to discuss their participation, along with 600 to 800 people, in the December 21st, 2016 BANKEXIT Action with Jane Fonda that transpired in front of the Wells Fargo Branch at 1600 Vine St., Hollywood, CA and Chase Bank -which temporarily closed, their opposition to Energy Transfer Partner’s Dakota Access Pipeline Project, Dakota Access everywhere, settler colonialism, civic engagement, temporary imprisonment, plus more.
The BankExit Action is part of a larger divestment movement to defund Energy Transfer Partner’s Dakota Access Pipeline Project (http://www.defunddapl.org). Jane Fonda’s BankExit action was accompanied by Indigenous activist, non-Indigenous supporters, and well-known activist and actresses such as Lily Tomlin (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005499/) and Catherine Keener (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001416/) to name just a few.
Frances Fisher, actress and activist, and briefly, Lori Woodley, founder of All It Takes (http://allittakes.org) join us to discuss their participation in the December 21st, 2016 BANKEXIT Action with Jane Fonda that transpired in front of the Wells Fargo Branch at 1600 Vine St., Hollywood, CA and Chase Bank -which temporarily closed - and their opposition to Energy Transfer Partner’s Dakota Access Pipeline Project. Frances recently returned from the Standing Rock Sioux Nation and she shares her experiences and learning with listeners, as well as discusses settler colonialism, civic engagement and responsibilities, plus more.
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