Date/Time: 03/09/2004 12:00 am
*Mess Hall Video Screening*
a new feature documentary
THE FUTURE OF FOOD
Friday, September 3rd at 8pm
The Future of Food is a new documentary film.
“From the test tube, to the farm field, to the supermarket, the film follows the personal stories of the farmers in the U.S., Canada who have been sued by large multi-national corporations for continuing the time-honored tradition of saving seeds; of the scientists in the U.S. and Europe who have been censored for raising serious public and environmental health concerns; and finally, of the consumers, who are beginning to question why this has escaped the attention of both the media and the Federal agencies in charge of keeping our food safe.”
Please join GeneWise at Mess Hall and be among the first people to view this very poignant new documentary about the food we eat and the complex politics of itís production.
Friday Sept. 3, 8pm
6932 North Glenwood Avenue
right by the ‘MORSE’ stop on the CTA Red Line
This screening is FREE (as always), with some organic, snacks and drinks. Also, feel free to BYO.
“GeneWise actively unites consumers, farmers, food producers, artists, activists, scientists, educators, health professionals, and parents in the Midwest to promote a safe, sustainable, and locally produced food system, while raising awareness and mobilizing grassroots opposition to genetic engineering, food irradiation, factory farming, and other threats to our health, environment, and food supply.”
For info about video screenings, if you have videos you might like to show, or suggestions, contact Mike Wolf – firstname.lastname@example.org
and look at the Mess Hall calendar – http://my.calendars.net/messhall