Antonia joins filmmaker Margaret Brown for a Q&A following the 6:45pm Friday night showing.
Antonia has been invited by the Board of Supervisors to provide testimony on the dangers of moving crude by rail.
Wearing blue to represent the sea that surrounds us, we rise to the steps of the NY Stock Exchange at 12:00 pm, flooding the area with our bodies in a massive sit-in – a collective act of nonviolent civil disobedience.
World leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. With our future on the line and the whole world watching, we’ll take to the streets to demand a world safe from war and the connected ravages of climate change.
We want this moment to be about us – the people who are standing up in our communities, to organize, to build power, and to shift power to a just, safe, peaceful world.
We will lead a discussion about fighting in and against wars for oil and how we can stop such wars as they rage now and in the future.
Foster dialog, communication and education between conservation groups and residents of areas most affected by severe environmental health risks.
Fossil Free UC, has joined up with 350.org Bay Area, the California Student Sustainability Coalition, and the University of California Student Association to host an event dedicated to divestment.
Community Event to discuss the dangerous crude by rail project proposed by Valero, how it affects the entire state and Bay Area and ways to organize to fight it.
Speakers will be Antonia Juhasz, an oil industry analyst, author and journalist, and Marilaine Savar, a spokesman from a citizens group of Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada.
Antonia joins a panel of experts and activists who will educate residents of Pittsburg and nearby communities on Big Oil’s plans locally, regionally, and globally.
Antonia contributed the essay, “Oil & Water,” to this beautiful groundbreaking “Atlas” of New Orleans.