| Walk Led by Native American Elders in Prayer Conversation for:
* Clean Air, Water & Soil
* Safe Jobs, Roads, Railroads & Waterways
* A Vibrantly Healthy Future for All Children
* A Just Transition to Safe & Sustainable Energy
Idle No More SF Bay and citizens from front-line refinery communities invite you to attend one of a series of four walks, one each month from April through July. The second annual Connect the Dots: Refinery Corridor Healing Walks begins with a Walk from Pittsburg to Martinez (see below).
Native America has a long history of healing walks. The Refinery Corridor Healing Walks were inspired by the Tar Sands Healing Walks in Alberta, Canada, the Longest Walks, and the Peace & Dignity Journeys. Walk Led by Native American Elders in prayer conversation for clean air, water & soil, safe jobs, roads, railroads & waterways, a vibrantly healthy future for all children and a just transition to safe & sustainable energy.
This second of four Walks goes from Shell and Tesoro refineries in Martinez to Valero refinery in Benicia.
WHEN AND WHERE
Sunday, May 17th: Martinez to Benicia
Waterfront Park at the end of Ferry Street
Water Ceremony and registration 8:00 a.m. Walk begins at 9:30 a.m., ending at 9th Street Park in Benicia.
Saturday, June 20: Benicia to Rodeo
9th Street Park, Benicia
Water Ceremony and registration 8:00 a.m. Walk begins at 9:30 a.m., ending at Lone Tree Point in Rodeo.
Sunday, July 19: Rodeo to Richmond
Lone Tree Point, Rodeo
Water Ceremony and registration 8:00 a.m. Walk begins at 9:30 a.m., ending at Keller Beach in Point Richmond.
More Information: http://www.refineryhealingwalks.com/
350 Ferry St
Martinez, CA 94553
Google map and directions