Join us this Wednesday for the screening of There's Something In The Water, followed by a panel discussion with producer Dr. Ingrid Waldren, Dr. David Suzuki, and frontline activists.
When: Wednesday, October 21, 3 p.m. PST / 6 p.m. EST
What: Screening of There's Something In The Water followed by panel discussion
As a result of the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, long overdue conversations about environmental racism and the intersection of racism and environmental justice are actively taking place across Canada.
This documentary film offers an opportunity to bring this important conversation to our community and amplify the voices of the activists on the ground in parts of Canada facing various threats against their rights and the environment.
Based on Ingrid Waldron's incendiary study, the film follows Ellen Page as she travels to rural areas of the province that are plagued by toxic fallout from industrial development. As did Waldron, the filmmakers discover that these catastrophes have been precisely placed, all in remote, low income — and very often Indigenous or Black — communities. As the filmmakers observe, your postal code determines your health.
If you cannot attend, please consider donating instead. In these challenging times, your support is more vital than ever. Thank you for helping to protect nature.
Stay healthy. Stay Well.
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