Recognized by Thomson Reuters as a Rising Star in Criminal Defense for four straight years (2014, 2015, 2016, & 2017), Faisal’s Denver based law practice includes civil rights, criminal defense, employment discrimination, constitutional law, and legislative policy. Before becoming an attorney, Faisal was executive and artistic director for Djoliba Don, a West African Drum and Dance Company based in South Carolina. During that time, Faisal spent several years traveling back and forth from Guinea West Africa to the US where he taught Djembe and Balafon music all around the U.S. as well as wrote music for TV Commercials and starred in a feature cheap ambien overnight documentary about music in Guinea, West Africa entitled “Boloba: Strong Hands”
Wisdom Panel: From Standing Rock to Palestine~People, Place, Planet
9:00-11:00am Saturday, Air Temple Community Gathering Space
An important question for our times “What are the responsibilities AND the rights, (spiritual and constitutional) of people to protect their place and tend to our planets well being when our constitutional rights are not being upheld by those who are sworn to protect them and would exploit our natural resources.
Moderated by Anastacia Dadashpour~Journalist, with passionate eco/spiritual and social rights activists: Barbara Marx Hubbard-New Earth, Fara Tolno-Guinea, Phillip Little Thunder~ Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Mila Popovich~Montenegro ~ Evolved Leadership, Paul-Stover Soderman~Healing the History, Faisal Salahudin ~ Civil Rights and Criminal Defense Attorney, Nadeen Ibrahim ~ Palestine Human Rights Activist, Stacy Parrish ~ Klamath Tribe/Youth Education