Check out a visual workshop & storytelling on COAL POWER, CLIMATE CHANGE, and SUSTAINABILITY. Gather ’round a giant collaborative mural mapping out the big picture of the fuel that feeds the American Dream - and what we’re really paying for it. What are REAL ALTERNATIVES for all of us?
Join the Beehive Design Collective with their newest graphic, “The True Cost of Coal.”
Saturday, September 18th at 7:00pm
Hosted by P.A.R.C. (Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community)
Eureka: Q St. Alley between 2nd and 3rd St.
Food and Presentation
Beehive Collective swarming Eureka!!
Dear friends at the People Project and PARC,
I’m writing on behalf of the Beehive collective, an all-volunteer collective of artists, activists, and educators. We create large scale graphics campaigns to raise awareness and mobilize communities around social justice issues. Right now, a group of Bees is on a bicycle tour down the West coast with our new graphic, The True Cost of Coal. We use a giant, portable fabric mural to tell the story of climate change and mountaintop removal coal mining and how they’re connected with larger systems of oppression.
One big piece of the project and the mural is about what it means to be able to call a place home, and the dynamics that create displacement and houselessness historically and today. It sounds like you all are doing some really inspiring work around community solidarity and power, and we’d love to put together a community presentation about the work we’re doing and how it all connects.
You can find more information about our work at http://www.beehivecollective.org/english/coal.htm