Resistance Roadshow

The Center for Biological Diversity Presents

Resistance Roadshow


Sat, January 7

2:00 pm (event ends at 4:30 pm)


This event is all ages

Resistance Roadshow
Resistance Roadshow
The Earth2Trump roadshow is rallying and empowering defenders of civil rights and the environment to resist Trump’s dangerous agenda. Stopping in 16 cities on its way to Washington, D.C., it will bring thousands of people to protest at the presidential inauguration.

The shows feature national and local speakers, great musicians,
and an opportunity to join a growing movement of resistance
to all forms of oppression and all attacks on our environment.
We must stand and oppose every Trump policy that
hurts wildlife; poisons our air and water; destroys our
climate; promotes racism, misogyny or homophobia; and
marginalizes entire segments of our society.

Join us in your community to send a powerful, unwavering
Earth2Trump message that oppression and environmental
destruction will not be tolerated.

A Project of the Center for Biological Diversity
CASEY NEILL is a songwriter and bandleader from Portland, Oregon, performing high octane indie folk. He performs as a solo act and with his band, The Norway Rats, a murderer’s row of Northwest music vets from acts such as The Decemberists and Eels touring throughout the U.S., Europe, and Japan. Their latest CD/LP, “All You Pretty Vandals,” garnered rave reviews from national press, online blogs, and widespread radio play. Casey Neill is often a member of the Northwest power pop collective The Minus 5 (with members of R.E.M.). The new Norway Rats record Subterrene is out in 2017 with extensive touring to follow. Learn more at

“Reclaiming tradition and social consciousness as weapons of resistance and tools for significant societal change, Neill appeals to our desire for collective experience, spinning touching and uplifting stories of hope, dignity and progressive politics. Be it through raucous rockers, fragile acoustic ballads, passionate bursts of punk fury or soulful touches of Irish folk, Neill's narrative talent and concern for real people's struggles stand out.”
-- Marco Rivera, SPLENDID

“These are songs with stories well told. This is what it's all about.”
Musician, public speaker and internationally recognized performance poet LYLA JUNE JOHNSTON was raised in Taos, New Mexico and is a descendant of Diné (Navajo) and Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) lineages. Her personal mission in life is to grow closer to Creator by learning how to love deeper. This prayer has taken her on many journeys and materializes in diverse ways. She is a co-founder of The Taos Peace and Reconciliation Council, which works to heal intergenerational trauma and ethnic division in the northern New Mexico. She is a walker within the Nihigaal Bee Iiná Movement, a 1,000-mile prayer walk through Diné Tah (the Navajo homeland) that is exposing the exploitation of Diné land and people by uranium, coal, oil and gas industries. She is the lead organizer of the Black Hill Unity Concert which gathers native and nonnative musicians to pray for the return of guardianship of the Black Hills to the Lakota, Nakota and Dakota nations. She is the also the founder of Regeneration Festival, an annual celebration of children that occurs in 13 countries around the world every September.
Venue Information:
*DO NOT USE* 191 E Toole
191 E Toole Ave
Tucson, AZ, 85701