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Earth’s Youth Need You NOW!

Earth Guardians is supporting youth across the planet,
as they step up to claim their place of leadership on climate change!

Please consider donating to Earth Guardians this season in the name of your loved ones.  What better gift to give than hope for a healthy sustainable future.

Young people want to get busy saving the planet, and we can’t disappoint them!

A gift from you would make a huge difference in how we can respond to these kids! We are ready to hire core staff, and begin work on a world-wide social media-like platform that all Earth Guardians can use to build community, share their work, and access tools for action.  We are expanding our fundraising efforts, which will also help us increase grants to youth Crews around the world, and we are growing our membership base to help build momentum toward a more just future for all.

Please consider a timely contribution to help support the work of Earth Guardians.  We cannot grow this movement without you!

In love and solidarity,
The Earth Guardians Team

Donate Now to Support Earth Guardians!


The United Council met at the United Nations!

Last weekend the12 elders from wisdom traditions from all over the world met in New York for the Council of Twelve on 26th and 27th November.
The opening ceremony of the Council, Sunday 26th November, was performed by the Mohawk delegation. As part of the Five Nations, they are the spiritual guardians of Manhattan and it was right and proper that their representatives opened and closed the Council. Otsitsakenra led the ceremony with his incredibly moving words, expressing gratitude and thanks to all elements of nature and humanity.
This was broadcast live on Facebook for the first time and was followed by our Global Meditation. This profound and deep meditation enabled everyone to connect to their hearts and to focus a united intention of Love and Unity for our planet.
The Facebook live event was watched by other 3,500 people and provided an incredibly moving first day for everyone.

You can watch the Facebook live event again on our Facebook page here:

497 groups of people in 48 countries joined the opening on Sunday in meditation.
The event took place at The Assemblage in New York and we are deeply grateful to have been able to hold the first day of the Council there.

The second day of the Council, on Monday 27th November, was held at the United Nations and enabled the 12 elders to meditate during the day on the issues facing our planet and find solutions on how we can best protect the Earth and how we can reconnect humanity with nature.
We are delighted that the event was such a success and we extend our deepest gratitude to the elders and all those who travelled to New York for the event, as well as all those involved in this deeply memorable event. We are sending a huge thank you to The Equator Initiative for their invaluable help in navigating our path into the U.N.

Earth Guardians: We Can’t Do This Without You!

Dear Earth Guardians Supporter,

We want to thank all of you who have supported Earth Guardians in 2017!  This movement is growing so fast that we need everyone’s help to keep up! First, please forward this email to friends and family whom you think will want to support this growing movement.

Next, for all of you who haven’t had the chance to support this amazing work, WE NEED YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS NOW! 

While we work to build our resources, we need your help to assure we can respond to the youth all over the world who are stepping up to join their peers and make a huge difference for the future!

Here at Earth Guardians we are bursting with the energy of young people, on every continent, who are stepping forward to take action in their communities. 

They are done being “the future”, and are committing to participate in the present to transform their own lives, the earth, and the lives of children to come.  Earth Guardians is thrilled to be able to offer youth a way to act, to speak out, to activate their communities, and to affect a brighter future.  We are captivated by the genius and focused commitment that is blooming out of the school yards, villages, and houses of Nigeria, Togo & Rwanda; Ireland, Norway & Poland; Australia, Bhutan & Malaysia; Mexico, the US & Brazil, among so many more.

Earth Guardians is inspiring, activating, and supporting youth in every latitude, terrain, and climate.

From micro-grants and mentorship, to global community-building, Earth Guardians has been supporting youth action for 25 years. Now, with thousands more young people contacting us, ready to get to work, we are experiencing such a massive surge that we must act quickly to keep up! We are working to grow our team, expand our fundraising efforts, increase grants to youth Crews, and plan for a strong 2018.

There is no question that the time is now, and we must act quickly. Your generosity will help us meet the demand of youth who are stepping up as leaders.

Your year-end gift places you firmly among the vast network of like-minded people who are turning the tide toward a healthier planet, healthier inhabitants, and hope and strength for the future.

Please consider a contribution to help support the work of Earth Guardians, as we further the youth movement toward change. We cannot grow this movement without you!

In love and solidarity,
Tamara Roske, Founder
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Youth Director




Pacha’s Pajamas – Join us Nov. 9th for our IndieGoGo Launch/Mural Unveiling Party in San Francisco

Join us Nov. 9th for our IndieGoGo Launch/Mural Unveiling Party in San Francisco

6-9p, November 9th 
Facebook Event | Eventbrite RSVP

Pacha’s Big Day will be at Artillery AG, a gallery featuring local artists in San Francisco. We will be unveiling a mind-blowing augmented reality mural featuring Pacha and her friends. It promises to be one of our best augmented reality experiences yet. We will also debut several videos. Food and refreshments. 

Artillery AG 
2751 Mission Street, San Francisco

Pacha’s Pajamas is coming to Indiegogo soon and you’ll be able to get the book, app, and CD set for lower prices. However, since you’re a member of the Pacha community, we’re going to let you have access to the campaign, including the Early Bird Special on November 8…. one day earlier than the general public! That means you can get the best deals on Pacha’s Pajamas before supplies run out. 

Don’t forget, there’s still time to win the FREE PACHA DREAM PACK (valued at $750), which includes:

  • An iPad or Tablet loaded with the Pacha Alive App
  • A signed Pacha’s Pajamas Book (by Pacha) 
  • Pacha’s Pajamas 2 CD Set
  • An MP3 of the music
  • A “Lil’ Gorilla” Mask
  • Tree kits in all 6 styles
  • Organic cotton pajamas
  • A Dream Crystal
  • A stuffed animal jaguar
  • A Dream Pillow

Click here to earn points and get closer to winning! 

November 14th is Pacha Day in Berkeley

Get Pacha’s book or album just for showing up! 

Join us in Berkeley as the City Council proclaims November 14th to be Pacha Day! 

We invite any one who has been moved by Pacha to come and if you feel up to it, offer public comments. The first 100 people to RSVP and show up for the meeting get a copy of the book or the album. (Supplies are limited; first come, first serve.) Anyone who shares their Pacha story in public comments will receive a special edition Pacha’s Pollinators basketball jersey with their name and favorite number. 

Facebook RSVP 

A year ago today…

A year ago today, Morton County Sheriff’s Department and other militarized police raided the newly formed Treaty Camp at Standing Rock. As the memories of the violence remain, so too does the knowledge of why people stood together just last year – for the water and for the earth.

Our movement continues and we encourage you to get involved!

While the camps at Standing Rock have physically closed, the work that was begun there has continued throughout the United States and overseas. On Monday, Seattle activists, many of whom had been at the Standing Rock encampment, shut down 106 bank branches as part of the #DivestTheGlobe campaign. As our friends at MazaskaTalks.Org ( https://mazaskatalks.org/…) explain, #DivestTheGlobe was a 3-day action organized to divest individuals and communities, disrupt business as usual, and draw attention to local projects around the world through nonviolent direct action. The campaign was held from October 23rd-25th but you can still participate by divesting [https://bankongood.com/mazaska/…] your personal finances, signing the EquatorBanksAct petition [https://www.equatorbanksact.org/…] , and more.

We are going ON TOUR in solidarity with our movement!

To help you connect with others in your area, our film AWAKE: A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK will be touring the US and internationally to aid awareness, action and healing. Join us at one of our upcoming events and learn how you can make an impact in your community.

Our tour will feature live appearances and workshops by filmmakers Floris White Bull, Doug Good Feather, Myron Dewey and Josh Fox at certain locations.

Follow us on Facebook for more updates! [ https://www.facebook.com/AWAKEaDreamFromStandingRock/…]

Upcoming Events

November 8, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
University of Kansas, Edwards Campus
Regnier Hall Auditorium
12610 Quivira Rd.
Overland Park, KS 66213
Hosted by KU Film and Media Studies, 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.
Facebook Event Page [https://www.facebook.com/events/1938776979779961/]

November 9, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
Liberty Hall
644 Massachusetts St
Lawrence, KS 66044
Hosted by the Mennonite Central Committee, KU Film and Media Studies, 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.

November 10, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
Haskell Indian Nations University Auditorium
155 Indian Ave
Lawrence, KS 66044
Hosted by the Mennonite Central Committee, KU Film and Media Studies, 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.

November 11, 2017 – 7pm
Screening and Q&A with Myron Dewey
Tivoli Cinemas
4050 Pennsylvania Ave
Kansas City, MO 64111
Hosted by 350KC, the KC Indian Center, and the KC Climate Coalition.
Facebook Event Page [https://www.facebook.com/events/1014404112034688/]

November 13, 2017 – 6pm
Screening with Josh Fox, Doug Good Feather, Floris White Bull and Stephanie Cassidy
Colorado State University
Lory Student Center Theater
Co-Hosted by Colorado State University’s Native American Cultural Center and RamEvents.
Native American Heritage Month Poster [https://nacc.colostate.edu/…/20/2017/10/NAHM2017_102417.pdf…]

If you’re interested in hosting a local screening, please contact us at awakethefilm2017@gmail.com.

In Love and Solidarity,

Stephanie Cassidy

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