The event is a strategy session for activists others concerned with the imminent threat of catastrophic global warming to envision meaningful action and to join forces against the drivers of environmental exploitation and degradation.
"Doom is not inevitable. Change is possible. The photographs in this exhibit document impacts of and resistance to climate change and false solutions, spanning five continents and more than twenty-five years," said Langelle.
Langelle recently released a video discussing his nearly 50 years of activism and work as a "concerned photographer" documenting and resisting "environmental destruction and social injustice." The video ends with an appeal for others to join him in the Shawnee.
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