KBOO: Circle of Poison (film fundraiser)

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KBOO and the Clinton Street Theater have partnered to bring you a monthly film series about....well, it could be about radio, or about anyone of the many programs that KBOO airs--politics, labor, human rights, and, of course, lots of music.

A new film or event every second Thursday of the month, so stayed tuned to the radio and check back on the website, because you never know what might be happening month to month.

We'll also collaborate on bringing you special events throughout the year like the annual celebrations for Zappa, Lennon, Miles Davis, and more.

KBOO: Circle of Poison (film fundraiser)

Showtimes

Join NCAP and KBOO for a community fundraiser to protect community and environmental health! Coming March 14, 7pm to the Clinton Street Theater: CIRCLE OF POISON.

Collective Eye Films presents a documentary about the export of dangerous pesticides to impoverished areas. Once a pesticide is banned in the United States for its dangerous health and environmental effects, companies are still permitted to manufacture it for export only. This policy sends a message to the world that American lives are more valuable, yet ironically these toxic pesticides circulate the globe and come back to the US as residues on imported food in the circle of poison.

$7-10 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds. NCAP staff will be present to talk about our work to inspire ecologically sound alternatives to reduce pesticide use. 

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CIRCLE OF POISON
CIRCLE OF POISON

Narrated by Elizabeth Kucinich and featuring interviews with President Jimmy Carter, Dr. Vandana Shiva, Professor Noam Chomsky, Senator Patrick Leahy, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the film exposes the shocking practice of corporate profit in the toxic pesticide trade. It takes viewers across the globe, to India, Mexico, Argentina, Bhutan, and the United States, to document the emotional stories of victims and the inspiring ways communities are fighting back.
 

Special Admission

$7-10 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds.