This interview series is intended as a space to keep talking about and celebrating water, sharing stories and experiences of how water has guided us. For each conversation we will invite water protectors to explore what it is to restore our relations with waters, lands and peoples.

In Conversation with Marsela Pecanac & Lila Kusturica

IN CONVERSATION WITH MARSELA PECANAC & LEJLA KUSTURICA ACT supports activists and artists in the Western Balkans by helping them rebuild their communities and by challenging systemic injustice through frontline partnerships and strategic campaigns. ACT's nomination helped secure the 2021 Goldman Environmental Award for Europe for the Brave Women of Kruscica in Bosnia and Herzegovina in celebration

By |November 25th, 2021|Podcast|

In Conversation with Rina Kedem & Sami Awad

IN CONVERSATION WITH RINA KEDEM & SAMI AWAD Sami and Rina have worked together for the past few years combining environmental justice, resistance to the Israeli occupation and sacred activism. In this session they will share what they see possible for the region through local powers, language and traditions. They will speak from their work experience in

By |November 25th, 2021|Podcast|

In Conversation with Gigi Coyle & Orland Bishop

We have invited Gigi Coyle and Orland Bishop to join for the second of our interview series. Both Gigi (Co-founder of Walking Water) and Orland have dedicated their lives to, and been guided by, Water. They are Guardians of Walking Water and have collaborated together for some years now. We are excited to explore deeper their relationship to water and what they see is needed for a healthy water future.

By |September 21st, 2021|Podcast|

In Conversation with Simone Senogles, Marian Moore and Crystal Cavelier-Keck

For our third In Conversation With ... we welcome Simone Senogles and Marian Moore of the Line 3 campaign in Minnesota and Crystal Cavalier-Keck of the NoMVP Southgate pipeline campaign. We will discuss both of these campaigns, their current status and the damage pipelines do to the waters, lands and peoples.

By |September 21st, 2021|Podcast|

In Conversation with Kathy Bancroft & Alan Bacock

We have invited Kathy Bancroft and Alan Bacock to join us for our first interview. Kathy Bancroft is the Tribal Historic Preservation officer and Elder of the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone tribe and Alan Bacock is the former water coordinator with the Big Pine Paiute Tribe. Both have been instrumental on the path of Walking Water. We will hear some of the water history of Payahuunadu (Owens Valley, Eastern Sierras, CA), what is happening currently in the valley's relationship with Los Angeles and about the vision that is held by the Numu/Paiute peoples.

By |September 17th, 2021|Podcast|


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