Céline Cousteau will be participating in a William & Mary Symposium event on April 20 at 3:00 pm ET.

W&M have put together the following description of the event which we highly recommend.  “Radical change starts with understanding our connection to the environment and to the global community. Join us for a discussion with Céline Cousteau, a humanitarian, environmentalist, filmmaker, and artist, about her work to raise awareness about the link between the rights of Indigenous Peoples, the environment, and our own survival. Céline will discuss her collaboration with Beto of the Marúbo tribe to share the story of the Indigenous Peoples of the Vale do Javari region of the Brazilian Amazon, who are fighting for their survival and rights as guardians of a globally important ecosystem. Through an intimate exploration of our interconnectedness and the power of our day-to-day actions, Céline will invite us to join a movement led by her non-profit, The Javari Project, to fight for the protection of people and the ecosystems they safeguard for the benefit of all.”

To register, please click here.