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Dec 11 Antioch Film Event

Healthy Monadnock Endorces Dec 11 Antioch Film Event

Unacceptable Levels Film Event has been endorsed by Healthy Monadnock 2020. http://www.healthymonadnock.org/hm2020-events/

Sponsored by Transition Keene Advocates and the Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability Program at AUNE

Date: Thursday Dec 11 at 7pm, Antioch University Main Building,  Avon St., Rm 231.

View this winner of the first-ever film prize for the Health and Environment category at the 30th International Environmental Film Festival!

Stay to discuss the 80 minute film with our panel of experts:

Jan McGonagle MD, Specialist in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics;
Toni Ellsworth, Executive Director of RISE…for baby and family – Early Supports and Services;
Deborah de Moulpied, Faculty, Anticancer Lifestyle Program, Payson Center, Concord.

Theme: The chemicals that are invading our environment and bodies. The director invites his audience to put practical questions to themselves about these substances, which are potentially harmful to! health – and are found in our air, water, food, cosmetics, toys,… paints, every day products. He offers answers by questioning scientists and representatives of non-governmental organizations. Conclusion: Governments are not doing all they should to protect the public. The film encourages everyone to look more deeply into these questions.

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