Sacred Stone Camp, Standing rock by Dine artist Monty Singer painted on the South side of the Cannonball river on 18th September 2016
ONE WORLD WEEK 10 – 14 OCTOBER 2016
A SERIES OF FILMS AND PRESENTATIONS ON ISSUES AROUND GLOBAL JUSTICE
THEME FOR 2016: “Man did not weave the web of life – he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.” – attributed to Chief Seattle, 1854
MON 10th to Friday 14th OCTOBER 2016
Traidcraft items, local goods, Cherry Tree volunteers’ knitting and sewing, all for sale in the shop all week. Special promotions and many extra local, fairly and ethically traded goods available. “Well worth coming just for the shopping!”
We have a shorter programme than usual this year, but hope you will be motivated to attend.
TUES 11th OCTOBER
11.00 to 12.30: True Costs: film about sweat shops and production for the clothing industry
1.30 to 3.00: Refugees. Presentation by Irwin Buchanan, head of the Bournemouth-based International Care Network which has been welcoming and settling refugees in this area for 15 years.
WED 12th OCTOBER
11.00 to 12.30: No to the Dakota Access Pipeline – the remarkable resistance of the Standing Rock Sioux which has “united the tribes for the first time since Little Bighorn!”
1.30 to 3.00: Film: The Last Peyote Guardians, about the Huichol of Mexico and their annual pilgrimage.
THURS 13th OCTOBER
11.00 to 1.30: ‘Moving Beyond Emergency Water Aid’ – presentation by Anna Sowter PhD
Entrance and parking are free.
Toilets and light refreshments available. No hot drinks in the film and presentation room.