Tribal Treaty Rights, Fracked Gas, and Unitarian Universalist Values

Ancestral Waters by Native Daily Network
Film Screening & Discussion
Wednesday, April 14
5:30pm PT / 8:30pm ET Film
7pm PT / 10pm ET Discussion
Register Here


You are invited to an online screening of Native Daily Network’s film Ancestral Waters for the Unitarian Universalist (UU) community!

This film by Native Daily Network documents the Puyallup Tribe’s fight against the Tacoma LNG fracked gas facility and focuses on disregarded treaty obligations, which the faith community has a moral obligation to address.

Register for this Ancestral Waters screening and discussion about how UUs can support the Puyallup Tribe in the fight against Puget Sound Energy’s Tacoma LNG fracked gas facility.

On April 14 we will screen Ancestral Waters through Zoom at 5:30pm PT / 8:30pm ET for those who want to watch together, or you can choose to view the film here on your own beforehand. At 7pm PT / 10pm ET we’ll gather for a short program in which Earth Ministry will share the latest about Tacoma LNG, including upcoming appeal hearings for the project’s clean air permit. We will also connect this issue to Unitarian Universalist values, and offer ways you can take action moving forward.

Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light is proud to partner with Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth (UUMFE) and JUUstice Washington to host this event.

As UUs, it is crucial that we stand with the Puyallup Tribe, who have lived in the Tacoma, WA area since time immemorial. Please share this invitation with others in your community. While this event is geared toward a UU audience, all are welcome.

I hope to see you for this Zoom screening on April 14! Don’t forget to register.