Using the power of photojournalism to expose social, economic and ecological injustice

I photographed the three photos posted below of Clayton Thomas Muller when he spoke 10n April 2014 at the Will Miller Social Justice Lecture Series spring event at the University of Vermont, in Burlington.

Will Miller was, and always will be, very close to my heart although he passed from this life existence almost ten years ago.  He was a founding board member of Global Justice Ecology Project and remains on the board in memoriam.

Langelle Photography is a project of Global Justice Ecology Project.

After the three photos of Clayton, you can click “Please watch the video of this event” to view the event that was taped by Burlington’s Channel 17.

*1 Clay_DSCN2928Clayton Thomas-Muller is a member of the Mathias Colomb Cree Nation, also known as Pukatawagan in Northern Manitoba, Canada. Based out of Ottawa, Ontario, Clayton is an organizer for the Defenders of the Land and Idle No More, as well as a co-director of the Indigenous Tar Sands (ITS) Campaign of the Polaris Institute.

*2 Clay_DSCN2945Clayton is on the board of Global Justice Ecology Project (GJEP).

*3 Clay_DSCN2955Clayton is also a featured presenter for GJEP’s New Voices Speakers Bureau.

Please watch the video of this event

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