Join Standging Rock legal defender and Red Owl lawyer Angla Bibens in a evening to discuss the legal rights, risks, and approches to defending our air and water.
East Boulder County United will host the evening’s presentation for people moving into activism that will include the stretegic use of nonviolent civil disobedience to protect our communities from impending oil and gas drilling.
Bring your questions and ideas to this unique and important event. The legal training will help you get informed and plug into the larger organzing for the defense of Boulder County.
Suggested donation: $10, no one will be turned away
Bio, Angela Bibens:
Angela Bibens (Santee Dakota) is the former ground coordinator for the Water Protector Legal Collective where she spent six months providing legal support services for the defense of water protectors in North Dakota. Angela is the founder of Colorado’s newest indigenous law firm, Red Owl Law. She is a 2006 graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and admitted to practice in Colorado state courts, the federal district courts of Colorado and North Dakota, and the Oglala Sioux Tribal courts. Angela has experience in environmental and criminal defense, movement support, and expertise in the Indian Child Welfare Act.