Indigenous people and youth are on the front lines of the climate crisis, leading the movement for climate justice. Join Sogorea Te’ Land Trust founder Corrina Gould as we explore with youth activists how to co-create a livable future for all:

• Isha Clarke (Youth vs. Apocalypse),

• Isabella Zizi (Idle No More),

• Hannah Freedman (Jewish Youth for Community Action),

• Orion Camero (SustainUS: US Youth for Justice and Sustainability)

• Zolboo Namkhaidorj (Communities for a Better Environment)

Featuring a Trio from Dance Brigade’s “Butterfly Effect”,
a groundbreaking performance about the climate crisis
and the profound ripple of influence one person’s actions can have.

LOCATION: First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley, 2407 Dana Street, Berkeley, CA

You are welcome to purchase tickets and/or make a donation
by writing a check to Kehilla Community Synagogue and mailing it to
1300 Grand Avenue, Piedmont, CA 94610.
No one turned away for lack of funds.


You’re invited to sponsor the event

Sponsorship supports Kehilla’s programs and the important work we do in the world.
Make a sponsorship gift of $10 to $1,000 above the cost of the ticket.
Sponsors will be acknowledged on the Kehilla website unless you ask to be anonymous.
Please note that all sponsorships received by March 20th will be acknowledged in the evening’s program;
after that date, sponsors will be acknowledged on Kehilla’s Visioning Climate Justice event webpage.



This event is wheelchair accessible.
All Kehilla events are fragrance-free. Click here for information about what it means to be fragrance-free.