Connect the Dots: Refinery Corridor Healing Walk #4
July 12, 2014• 8:00 AM
Lone Tree Park• Parker Street & San Pablo Avenue, Rodeo, CA 94572
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It's time to transition to a fossil free future & stop the potentially explosive Bakken crude oil trains. Join us for the fourth of four healing walks along the refinery corridor in Northeast San Francisco Bay. We will begin at the Lone Tree Park (End of Parker Ave) in Rodeo and walk in prayer and conversation to the Chevron Refinery in Richmond. Please see below for full details, map, schedule, transportation, etc.
Native American elders and those in prayer will lead the walk, stopping to pray at certain places. The walk is approximately 13 miles with support vehicles so that walkers can rest whenever they would like. There are also several places where walkers can join the walk along the route - see map below.
Around the last mile, walkers will be encouraged to begin imagining their own communities beyond fossil fuel. Walkers will be invited to share those ideas with their own drawings on muslin at the end of the walk. The muslin squares will be sewn in to a quilt and shared publicly. Art from previous walks will be exhibited. Joining us? Please make sure to check back for more details no later than July 10.
2:00 Richmond BART Pick-up to Kinder Morgan
2:30 Richmond BART Pick-up to Chevron Rally
We are a group of volunteers who have been inspired to create these healing walks - Can you chip in at least $5 or more to help? THANKS - CLICK HERE: Fund The Healing Walks
Please click here for CARPOOLS!
Two important considerations1.) Please bring your own lunch and snacks. Lunch will not be provided.
2.) At whatever point you decide to leave, you need to provide your own transportation back home unless you have made carpool/bus arrangements.
So, what should I bring to the Healing Walk (besides my positive energy)?• Sunscreen and a hat (even if it is overcast)
• Asthma inhaler/medicines
• Refillable water bottle (we will have water for refills along the route)
• Snacks: energy bars, fruit, trail mix, and your lunch
• Fully charged cell phone, camera
• Comfortable shoes and an extra pair of socks
• Money for: necessities along the way, a 2014 Healing Walk t-shirt ($5-$20 sliding scale),a donation for our expenses, if you wish.
•Wear layers of comfortable clothing that you can use to adjust your temperature.
• Check the weather and bring rain gear if there is a chance of precipitation.
What should I NOT bring to the Healing Walk?• Do not bring weapons of any kind
• Do not bring drugs or alcohol
Questions or concerns?
Please call (510) 619-8279 (keep this number handy during the walk).
Non-violence agreement: At the beginning of the Healing Walk, we will ask you to sign an agreement to participate in this event in a non-violent manner, for the well-being of all involved, and out of respect for the tradition of Healing Walks.
Join us as we stand with residents in Lac-Megantic, grassroots activists across North America, and withForestEthics, 350.org, Oil Change International, the Sierra Club and Idle No More.