Robby Romero & Irene Bedard in Taos Thursday to Launch Project Protect
TAOS, NEW MEXICO – In honor of Mother Earth, musician, filmmaker and advocate Robby Romero will launch the Project Protect Awareness Campaign’s educational tour at The Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, New Mexico on Thursday, March 28.
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Robby Romero leads a discussion about protecting Mother Earth at the Taos Pueblo Day School
TAOS PUEBLO – Love Mother Earth.
That was musician and filmmaker Robby Romero’s Valentine’s Day message to Taos Pueblo Day School students as he launched a new Project Protect Awareness Campaign he plans to bring to schools across the country.
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￼Robby Romero to kick start Project Protect Educational Initiative
TAOS PUEBLO – Musician and filmmaker Robby Romero will kick start the Project Protect Awareness Campaign’s educational initiative at the Taos Pueblo Day School on February 14. Romero will screen the music picture, “Who’s Gonna Save You” and lead an open conversation with the children regarding climate change.
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A VALENTINE TO THE EARTH
A VALENTINE TO THE EARTH: Musician and tireless advocate for nature Robby Romero is taking his Project Protect educational initiative to school beginning today (Feb. 14), at the Taos Pueblo Day School. He will screen his film “Who’s Gonna Save You” and talk about climate change. Romero also is launching a White House petition-signing campaign calling for stronger environmental law.
Romero has spent the last year actively campaigning to raise awareness of the urgency of taking action in the face of climate change — and is obviously not slowing down now. The Apache musician, who was mentored by the late Dennis Hopper as a teen artist, has drawn other Native American celebrities into the Project Protect Awareness Campaign including Irene Bedard (“Pocahontas,” “Into the West”) who recorded a public service spot.
Asked if the world’s economic woes haven’t made it an even more difficult tast, Romero points to the devastation of severe weather tied to climate change — record-breaking hurricanes, blizzards, droughts, etc. — and says, “I think that the economy is one of the symptoms of climate change. I think it’s going to get worse if people don’t educate themselves about what’s happening.” He points out, “Indigenous people around the world are among the first to experience impact of climate change — far worse than what developed countries are experiencing.”
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Robby Romero’s “Who’s Gonna Save You” Single & Music Video Debuts On iTunes To Benefit Project Protect
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Eagle Thunder Entertainment is pleased to announce today’s release of musician Robby Romero’s Deluxe Edition single and music video for “Who’s Gonna Save You” on iTunes. 100% of the profits from the sale of Romero’s latest single will benefit the Project Protect Awareness Campaign dedicated to raising awareness about critical issues facing Mother Earth.