This Thursday, July 12th at 6:30pm at the Royal Oak Public Library (222 East Eleven Mile Road, Royal Oak) join Clean Water Action and Sierra Club for a free viewing of Unsalted. This summer Sierra Club and Clean Water Action are hosting a series of movie nights that educate moviegoers about Michigan’s waters. Unsalted is a documentary that focuses on people enjoying the Great Lakes by riding some of the coldest waves.
Sierra Club and Clean Water Action believe that all citizens have a right to enjoy Michigan’s water. However, Michigan’s water resources are at risk every day of being diverted out of the Great Lakes and from pollution created by sewage overflows, pesticide and fertilizer use and agricultural waste. During each movie night, participants will learn more about the threats to these majestic waters as well as solutions to overcome these threats.No surfboards required for admission.
For more information please contact Lynna at (248) 336-3460 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to sharing popcorn with you soon!
-- Lynna Kaucheck Community Organizer Clean Water Action & Clean Water Fund 333 W. 7th St. Suite 200 Royal Oak, MI 48067 Tel: 248.336.3460 Email: email@example.com Web: www.cleanwateraction.org/mi "When the wells dry, we'll know the worth of water." ~ Ben Franklin
UPCOMING MOVIE NIGHTS:
AUGUST MOVIE: A World Without Water
Monday, August 20 - 6:30pm - Royal Oak Senior Community Center
The struggle for
water and the battle for its ownership are explored through compelling
of families living in Bolivia, Detroit, Dar Es Salaam, and Rajestan.
SEPTEMBER MOVIE: The Water Front
Monday, September 24 - 6:30pm - Royal Oak Senior Community Center
residents have struggled to retain access to water amongst shut-offs,
exorbitant bills, and the threat of privatization.
OCTOBER MOVIE: Blue Vinyl
Monday, October 22 - 6:30pm - Royal Oak Public Library
One woman’s comedic
struggle to educate the world (and her parents) about the dangers
with Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC).
NOVEMBER MOVIE: Thirst
Monday, November 19 - 6:30pm - TBA
Is water part of a shared “commons,” a human right for all people? Or is it a commodity to be bought, sold, and traded in a global marketplace?