The Film: Coextinction
After the mother orca Tahlequah carries her dead calf for 17 days, Indigenous leaders and scientists make a desperate attempt to save the last 73 Southern Resident orcas from extinction. Coextinction takes audiences deep into the interconnected web of ecosystem collapse on the frontlines of the Pacific Northwest’s most pressing environmental threats. Fish farms, pipelines, dams, increasing vessel traffic, climate change, pollutants and centuries of injustice against Indigenous peoples are all connected. No species goes extinct in isolation.
Join us for National Canadian Film Day in advance of Earth Day to watch this important climate documentary and stay for the post-film discussion to explore these issues with our amazing panelists:
– Chief Ernest Alfred
– Cedar George-Parker
– Daniel Cheater
– Moderator: Alison Bodine
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Prior to screening the film, Reel Causes will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM). To attend the AGM, purchase a membership and register here.