When: Saturdays. Continues through Oct. 24
The exhibit will reflect on Bari’s role in the 1990 Earth First! Redwood Summer movement, an organized effort to protect old growth redwood forests from logging. Judi Bari and her longtime organizing partner Cherney were driving in a car when it exploded in Oakland on May 24, 1990 on the cusp of their organizing work for the campaign known as Redwood Summer. The Museum will feature the never-before-seen bombed car and key evidence used in the trial. After the bombing, the community responded with an outpouring of support for Judi’s legal defense. A quilt created as a fundraiser and a puppet used at a victory party to celebrate the outcome of their lawsuit against the FBI, in 2002, will be on display. In conjunction with this exhibit, the Mendocino County Museum will host a series of programs and guest speakers organized by special guests Darryl Cherney and Alicia Littletree Bales. PROGRAM CALENDAR Saturday, September 18, 1-3 pm: Redwood Summer 1990 Retrospective, with Naomi Wagner, Karen Pickett, Dave Walsh, Mickey Dulas, Tracy Kattleman, Darryl Cherney and Pam Davis. Friday, September 24, 5:30-7:30 pm: Remembering Judi Bari with her friends and comrades, Alicia Littletree, Naomi Wagner, Daphne Martin, Larry Evans, Linda Perkins and Bill Heil. Friday, October 1, 6-8 pm: Songs By and About Judi Bari: A Live Concert with Alicia Littletree, Francine Allen, Mokai, Rosebud Ireland, Bear Dyken and Darryl Cherney with Edie Morris. Sunday, October 10, 1-3 pm: Judi Bari Versus the FBI: Discussion with the legal team. Attorneys Dennis Cunningham and Ben Rosenfeld, Legal Assistants Josh Morcell and Alicia Littletree, Juror Mary Nunn and Plaintiff Darryl Cherney. Wednesday, October 20, 5:30-7:30 pm: The Day of The Car Bombing of Judi Bari— Firsthand Accounts with Darryl Cherney, Karen Pickett, and others. Sunday, October 24, 1-3 pm: Building Bridges: with Timber-workers, Union Organizing and Earth First! with timber workers Ernie Pardini, Art Harwood, IWW union activist Steve Ongerth, and Darryl Cherney. Wednesday, October 27, 6-8 pm: Book Discussion of Timber Wars by Judi Bari with Cultural Services Agency Director Deb Fader via Zoom. Further details regarding the exhibit and program calendar to be announced, please check our website for updates and additional information. www.mendocinocounty.org/museum.