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Shifting Sands (Friday@UChicago)

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University of Chicago Ida Noyes Hall

1212 East 59th Street

Chicago, IL 60637

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Lee Botts and Pat Wisniewski/2016/57 min/Conservation

(Photo by Pete Doherty)

Shifting Sands tells the story of how one region, where rare plants grow in the shadows of smokestacks, sparked a movement for a national park; a movement which eventually led to game-changing environmental policies with worldwide impact and unique partnerships on the path to a more sustainable world.

Avoid long lines and get best seats by arriving up to 30 minutes before the film start time.

Post Film Discussion
Host/Facilitator: Dr. Barbara Wilson, Director, Collaboration and Community Partnerships, Prebytery of Chicago. Panelists:

  • Dr. Sarah Fredericks, Assistant Professor of Environmental Ethics, University of Chicago Divinity School;
  • Rev. Brian Sauder, Executive Director, Faith in Place;
  • Dr. Barbara Rossing, Lutheran School of Theology. Has written on Eco-Reformation, Eco theological significance.
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