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Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Main Public Library

100 Larkin Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

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From cosmetics to ski wax, frying pans to waterproof jackets, take-out foodware to stain-resistant fabrics, Teflon-like chemicals are found in hundreds of consumer products -- and now in nearly every American.

The documentary The Devil We Know will illuminate the problem, and the panel will offer ways you can protect yourself, your family and your community. Learn more about the film at https://thedevilweknow.com

WHERE: Koret Auditorium at 100 Larkin Street in San Francisco's Main Public Library
WHEN: Thursday, December 6th

5:00 pm - Information fair, free light snacks & drinks
6:00 pm - Screening begins
7:30 pm - Discussion with film-maker and local advocates. Moderated by the SF Department of the Environment.

Event co-sponsored by the San Francisco Department of the Environment, Clean Water Action, Center for Environmental Health, Environmental Working Group & Breast Cancer Prevention Partners


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