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Right to Harm Film Screening - St. Louis

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Risa Commons at Washington University in St. Louis

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Join us for the St. Louis premiere of this documentary expose on the public health impact of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) across the U.S., told through the eyes of residents in five rural communities. When pushed to their limit, these disenfranchised
citizens band together to demand justice from their legislators.

As part of Washington University's 2019 Food Week, the film screening is free and open to the public! The film will start at 6 pm in the Risa Commons on Wash U's campus. Parking is available in the Wallace Garage near Risa Commons. A map indicating the location of Risa Commons and the Wallace Garage is posted on the Facebook event page.

Come early to get a good seat and bring proof of Eventbrite ticket reservation upon arrival. Walk-ins will be allowed in starting at 5:50 pm depending on the number of Eventbrite ticket holders who have not arrived by that time.

A panel discussion with representatives from various groups working on this issue in Missouri will follow the screening, with opportunities to take action and get involved in the fight against CAFOs in Missouri.

Event is hosted by Right to Harm, Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Washington University Food Week Planning Committee, Washington University Environmental Studies Program, Washington University Office of Sustainability, Washington University Student Environmental Council, Socially Responsible Agricultural Project, Sierra Club Eastern Missouri Group, and Missouri Rural Crisis Center.
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