All along the Gulf Coast, communities, citizens, and non-profit organizations are uniting to address the crisis and restore our Gulf. We are the Gulf Future Coalition: a diverse group representing fishermen, faith leaders, environmentalists, clean-up workers, tribal members and community residents who live, work, and play on the Gulf Coast. We come from culturally, geographically and racially diverse communities in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Texas who have come together to share common purpose in the aftermath of the 2010 BP Oil Disaster.
This winter our coalition is hosting a series of Gulf Future Salons, featuring documentary film, participatory theater, digital storytelling, interactive workshops and collective vision mural making in each Gulf Coast state. Come springtime, we will gather as an entire region to synergize and synthesize the resulting community tapestry.
We need your help to make the Gulf Future Salons a reality.
Please support us to elevate the voice and vision of the most impacted frontline Gulf Coast communities through creativity and culture in the face of this unprecedented ecological disaster. This New Year, help us give the Gulf a future.
A collaboration of...Gulf Restoration Network, Cry You One [ArtSpot Productions and Mondo Bizarro], Can't Stop The Water [Cottage Films], Isle de Jean Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, Come Hell or High Water [Leah Mahan Productions/Reel Power], Turkey Creek Community Initiative, Bridge The Gulf Project, Steps Coalition...along with over 50 more organizations that comprise the Gulf Future Coalition.