Together we can Change Everything. Starting Now.

Shifting culture and law to truly protect people is the civil rights struggle of our time and its already happening in communities across the nation. Changing the rules will require more than tinkering at the margins of the current legal, political and corporate-led economic system; it will require a system change from the grassroots. It all begins with neighbors coming together to change their community. Movement Rights provides organizing and legal support for communities to assert their right to local self governance with our partners; leadership and international movement building for the rights of nature; and connects Indigenous leadership, wisdom and analysis toward living in balance with natural systems.   Are you ready to join us?

An evening of Twin Peaks themed FUN to benefit the Indigenous Rights work of Movement Rights.

Doors open at 8 PM, time to mingle with Twin Peak's star Michael Horse, aka "Deputy Hawk." Hearty appetizers, (non-alcoholic) beverages and coffee will be served. Entry includes a prize drawing ticket for Michael Horse art and rare Twin Peaks-themed memorabilia (aditional tickets will be available by donation during the event at $5 each or 3/$10 — prizes will be on display). Michael will judge the costume contest and preside over games like the cherry pie walk before taking the stage to share backstage moments and answer your burning Twin Peaks questions. This is a benefit for Movement Rights. A brief presentation will be included. Special memorial log & candle set and other memorabilia also available for purchase to benefit Movement Rights. Michael will be available for photos and autographs. Learn more about the event and Movement Rights at


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