This Saturday (April 25), the Sarnia Justice Film Festival will screen Divide in Concord: A Tale of Banning Bottled Water. The film will be shown upstairs at the Sarnia Library at 7 pm. All are welcome, and there is no charge to attend.
|Jean Hill, who leads the fight against bottled water in her town. |
(photo credit to The Toronto Film Scene)
Divide in Concord follows the story of Jean Hill, an 84-year-old woman working to ban the sale of bottled water in Concord, Massachusetts.
After the film, attendees will be invited to participate in a dialogue about the state of Canadian water, and experts will be on hand to answer questions.
You can read more about the film and the debate it's generated here: http://divideinconcord.com/
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