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HJ's Community Center

The Red Wind: Our climate responsibility

How do Indigenous leaders across the globe say we should address and act about climate change? One member of the Global Indigenous Forum and inheritor of his family's Chief's Bonnet has connected with other leaders across the globe to be clear about how humanity can work with nature and the land.

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The Red Wind: Our climate responsibility
The Red Wind: Our climate responsibility

Time & Location

May 17, 2022, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT

HJ's Community Center, 6425 Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO 64113, USA

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About the event

How do Indigenous leaders across the globe say we should address and act about climate change? One member of the Global Indigenous Forum and inheritor of his family's Chief's Bonnet has connected with other leaders across the globe to be clear about the Indigenous-recommended way forward for mutual survival for the land and humanity. Join us in the HJ's conference room by parking near the building and entering the double door closest to the fire pit patio.

Izzy Zephier grew up on the Yankton Reservation in South Dakota, a survivor of the boarding school system. His grandfather passed their clan's bonnet down to him after he experienced a mountaintop vision about the future of our Earth and humanity on it. Chief Izzy has fought for Indigenous rights all of his life, from Alcatraz to New York City.

Now nearing his seventy-fourth year, Chief Izzy has come to this place of divided lands and latent tradition (Kansas City) to share his thoughts on land stewardship and man's future journey on the Earth. His first intention is to share his message with any people who have "good hearts and open ears." He is eager to answer any questions.

Tuesday, 5/17/2022 at 5:30 p.m. is when the discussion will start.

The address for HJ's is 6425 Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO 64113

RSVP to help us ensure there are enough refreshments.

The $15 suggested donation is just that: a suggestion. It helps pay Chief Izzy's travel costs. He wants whoever needs to be there to come if they can, by whatever means they like. This is about coming together.

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  • I'll be there!

    We will be so glad to see you there. Thank you for your kindness and support of Chief Izzy's message.

    $0.00
  • I'll be there! And I'll help.

    Chief Izzy is traveling to Kansas City to spread the word about people's potential to work with nature and survive while mitigating climate change. Chief Izzy traveled from the Black Hills of South Dakota, a land area known for cooperative human healing and protection. His travel costs are typically 100% paid by donations from people like you. Your donation will go directly toward his travel costs, which are not yet covered. Thank you for your kindness and support of his message.

    $15.00
  • I want to support Chief Izzy.

    Chief Izzy is traveling to Kansas City to spread the word about people's potential to work with nature and survive while mitigating climate change. Chief Izzy traveled from the Black Hills of South Dakota, a land area known for cooperative human healing and protection. His travel costs are typically 100% paid by donations from people like you. Your donation will go directly toward his travel costs, which are not yet covered. Thank you for your kindness and support of his message.

    $1.00

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