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Earth Deserves More than a Day 2021 (2).


Conversations. Stories. Film.

April 20-22, 2021


A three day summit in recognition of Earth Day which includes discussions, stories, and films focused on environmental justice.


This summit is a collaboration of, Front and Centered, and Social Justice Film Institute.


Watch on Rainier Avenue Radio Facebook, YouTube, Twitch. Listen on our app, website, TuneIn channel and Alexa.

Tuesday April 20, 2021


9:30am The Wake Up Show with Tony B

Kicking off Day 1 of the 3 day celebration 'EARTH DESERVES MORE THAN A DAY' with a preview of broadcasts today.

10AM The 10-year Difference: Over Burdened by Over Pollution

A conversation with the DRCC's Paulina Lopez, Front and Centered's Melina Rivera, and DRCC and Duwamish Tribal Member James Rasmussen about what it means to live, work, and breathe on the frontlines and fenceline communities

11AM Environmental Justice Advocates Legislative Wrap

Environmental Justice Advocates from Washington’s largest coalition of diverse BIPOC community groups, Front and Centered, come together to do a legislative wrap on lessons learned from the hard-fought advocacy for equity and justice for frontline communities, people and planet

12PM Talking Climate Change – what’s our problem?

Climate justice advocates Hannah Lidstrom, Jill Mangaliman, and Yolanda Matthews discuss the details and the basics about the biggest existential threat to people and planet, and why it matters most for BIPOC communities locally and globally

2:30PM False Solutions: Don’t Cap and Trade Our Future Away

A primer on the Story of Cap & Trade - Animation Education; Front and Centered Cap and Trade Community Briefing;

Community Organization Video Got Green

3:30PM Reflections About Promised Land

Jolene Haas & James Rassmussen of Duwamish Tribe and Tony Johnson of Chinook Tribe discuss their efforts to fight for recognition.

5PM The place we live - Local Films

   Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition

   Duwamish Tribe – Conversations

Showing local films Jac Trautman and Ken Workman and Cecile Hansen, Tribal Chair of the Duwamish Tribe,

We're Still Here, and Duwamish Valley Youth Corps

Wednesday April 21, 2021


The Wake Up Show with Tony B

Kicking off Day 2 of the 3 day celebration 'EARTH DESERVES MORE THAN A DAY'

with a recap of yesterday's broadcast and a preview of today's events.

12PM Transportation’s more than a billion dollar traffic jam -

It’s about the future of equity, access, & environmental justice

Community voices from Disability Rights WA and Front and Centered from all over the state share stories to identify the gaps – and offer solutions - between policies and practice which WA lawmakers need to figure out this 2021 Legislative Session - STAT!

1PM Food Justice, Food For Thought

Nyema Clark of Nurturing Roots, Susan Balbas of Na’ah Ilahee Fund, and Rosalinda Guillen of Communidad a Communidad talk with moderator Aurora Martin about cultivating food and harvesting justice, and how their work is a cathartic, decolonizing process --

from land reform, farm work, to community liberation


4PM From Here to There - Environmental Justice Film Shorts

Nurturing Roots, Community to Community, After Earth

4:30PM Environmental Justice Behind the Lens and on Film

– The Making of Mossville. Feature documentary film: Mossville: When Great Trees Fall

Mossville Film Director Alexander Glustrom is interviewed by SJFI Advisor and Filmmaker Remoy Philipps a

bout the transformation of stories through filmmaking to amplify the act of bearing witness to injustice.

Thursday April 22, 2021


The Wake Up Show with Tony B

Kicking off Day 2 of the 3 day celebration 'EARTH DESERVES MORE THAN A DAY'

with a recap of yesterday's broadcast and a preview of today's events.

12PM Earth Day to May Day: Accelerating a Just Transition

Environmental justice advocates discuss why the climate crisis needs a Just Transition, which imagines solutions to the intersectional issues of equity, opportunity, renewable energy, and environmental health for people and planet.

2PM Resourcing the Environmental Justice Movement

Front and Centered’s organization and funding strategists, Ruby Love and Sharon Chen, discuss how to resource the environmental justice movement with special guest Jacari Harris, Executive Director of the new George Floyd Memorial Foundation.

3PM Environmental Justice is Racial Justice

Black community organizers and leaders from Vancouver, Tacoma, and Spokane (Sedonia, Young, and Partners talk about how environmental justice and racial justice manifest in their region and their part of leading local the solutions


4PM Intersections on Equity and Justice – Local Voices on Video

SWCUC/Noble Foundation, Young Warrior Society, Front and Centered


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6PM SPECIAL EVENT Feature Film: For Condor and Eagle

Made available for 5 Days


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