There is a campaign to impact peacefully the US Chamber of Commerce by reaching the local chambers about the climate crisis. My friend David Zupan took a video of our street theater. Here is his blurb about our guerrilla theater:
Watch activist David Oaks in “How We Stop Worrying and Deny Climate Change,” a new 10 Min film now on vimeo at:
Street Theater Against Climate Crisis
In spite of a recent spinal cord injury, David leads friends to the Saturday Market in Eugene, Oregon to engage the public in playful but thoughtful dialogue about climate change. In the role of cheerful “climate change deniers,” they collect signatures in support of giving prizes like the Golden Ostrich award to the best deniers like the Chamber of Commerce.
David Oaks wants to do more activist work as he did full time before his spinal cord injury. See his previous protest at the Eugene Chamber of Commerce:
Street Theater at Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce
But he desperately needs an expensive van designed to fit his special type of wheelchair.
You can find more video and information about David and how to contribute to the “David W. Oaks Trust Fund” by visiting this website:
Thank you for any help you can provide including sharing this video and one at his website titled “Down But Not Out.”
To help lobby the Chamber of Commerce to end its climate denial, call Eugene PeaceWorks: 541-484-9167 and visit 350.org
For the still photos on global warming, we thank the following:
“Global Warming” by federico stevanin
“Drought” by prozac1
“Global Warming” by Carlos Porto
Thanks for the yoyo
and songs provided
by Lady Rain:
Hear more of her music at ladyrainshow.com
Thanks to the actors:
Lisa Jordan Cascade
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