Roots of Activism on April 28

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An Afternoon of Revolutionary Film Education and Environmental Activism

Join Kids Right to Know and Gen-Earth for an inspirational event, “Roots of Activism, an Afternoon of Revolutionary Film Education and Environmental Activism.”

Exchange and connect with other like-minded changemakers interested in the protection of nature’s diversity, ocean acidification, deforestation, overfishing, climate change and our survival! Learn about what organizations and changemakers are doing right here in our own city.

We will be screening the award-winning film Revolution, followed by an engaging discussion with food and climate change activist Rachel Parent. In the award-winning documentary Revolution, Rob Stewart goes on an adventure filled with action and drama that will leave audiences around the world, at any age, inspired about how they can get involved in the fight to save our planet.

Revolution is not just about the environment—it’s a film about hope and inspiration. It’s a call-to-action with an uplifting message that tells us it’s possible to alleviate the damage already done. It’s time for a Revolution!

Date: Sunday, April 28th, 2019
Time: 1:00PM – 5:30PM
Location: Centre for Social Innovation, Annex – The Garage

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*Organic snacks, beer, wine, and juice will be on site for purchase. All proceeds will be redistributed back into Kids Right to Know programming.

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