Seeds of Freedom Film Screening and Yes on Prop 37 Discussion
Friday, November 2, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
NOTE: ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. SEATS ARE STILL AVAILABLE. PLEASE ARRIVE AT THE VENUE PRIOR TO 7:00PM.
Film: Seeds of Freedom
Date: Friday, November 2
Location: Brower Center
Address: 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley
All tickets are free w/ registration.
- John Roulac, CEO, Nutiva, Inc.
- Gary Ruskin, Campaign Director, Prop 37
- Grant Lundberg, CEO, Lundberg Foods
In the spirit of the health and well-being of all Americans, Nutiva is presenting free public screenings of the film “Seeds of Freedom,” a 30-minute film about the affect of GMO seeds on global farming in support of the November 6, 2012 PROP 37 RIGHT TO KNOW. Following each screening are panel discussions about the integrity of our food system, featuring speakers supporting the Campaign to Support ‘THE RIGHT TO KNOW’ and YES on CA PROP 37.
Seeds of Freedom, narrated by Jeremy Irons, charts the story of seed from its place at the heart of traditional, diversity-rich farming systems across the world, to its transformation into a powerful commodity, used to monopolize the global food system.
Community and sponsoring partners include LabelGMO.org, Institute for Responsible Technology, Bioneers, Earth Island Institute, Food Shift, The Gaia Foundation, African Biodiversity Network, Richmond Grows, and Women’s Earth Alliance.
Admission is FREE (Space is limited. Registration in advance suggested.) For more information & free registration, please visit www.Nutiva.com/films.
Narrator: Jeremy Irons
Running Time: 30-minutes
Speakers: John Roulac, CEO, Nutiva; and others;
Film Website: www.seedsoffreedom.info
GMO Labeling Website: www.carighttoknow.org
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Nutiva® is dedicated to a healthy and sustainable world, demonstrating its mission to nourish people and planet by using delicious organic ingredients and donating 1 percent of sales to sustainable-agriculture groups. Founded in 1999, Nutiva is the world’s best-selling brand of nutritious organic hemp foods, extra-virgin coconut oil, and chia seeds.