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August 5, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
This film screening is postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions. Please stay tuned for our rescheduled screening date!
Civic Center Auditorium
401 S. Balsam
Moses Lake Museum
--Canceled-- Right to Harm: A public health crisis too big to ignore
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Right to Harm: A public health crisis too big to ignore
To Be Announced
Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Seating limited to the first 200 viewers.
Through the riveting stories of five rural communities,
RIGHT TO HARM
exposes the devastating public health impact factory farming has on many disadvantaged citizens throughout the United States. Filmed across the country, the documentary chronicles the failures of state agencies to regulate industrial animal agriculture. Known formally as Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations – or CAFOs – these facilities produce millions of gallons of untreated waste that destroys the quality of life for nearby neighbors.
The film features agricultural economist John Ikerd, who abandoned industry beliefs after a 14 – year career as a livestock marketing specialist. After the farm crisis of the 1980s he realized, “The farmers who were in the biggest trouble, were the ones doing the things we so - called experts were telling them to do.”
RIGHT TO HARM
tracks the tribulations and triumphs of rural residents across America who are victims of the past 50 years of agricultural consolidation and the consequential laws that now govern the land. Fed up with the lack of regulation, these disenfranchised citizens band together to demand justice from their legislators. Filmmakers Matt Wechsler and Annie Speicher skillfully weave together five stories that span eight states from the Southwest to the Midwest to the Eastern Shore. Farmers, mothers, scientists and politicians share intimate stories of how their lives were forever changed by factory farming.
RIGHT TO HARM
is an enlightening exploration that questions whether citizens are entitled to clean air and water, while examining the political issues that stand in the way of nationwide reform.
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