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April Free Movie/Discussion: Tapped

April Free Movie/Discussion: Tapped

NEXT FREE MOVIE/DISCUSSION:
Monday, April 17th,  7-9 PM

Tapped: the movie

What: Free screening and discussion of the movie, Tapped
When: Monday, April 17th, 7-9p.m.
Where: Sherrill Hall (St. Paul’s Church, side rear entrance) 39 E. Central Street, Natick, MA (see map)
What Else:  Light refreshments, ample parking and good company

In honor of Earth Day, Occupy Natick focuses our monthly free movie & discussion on an environment theme.  This month, the focus is on the bottled water industry and its impact on health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.

For more information, visit Tapped, the movie.

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April Free Movie & Discussion: This Changes Everything

April Free Movie & Discussion: This Changes Everything

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Free Movie Night: Monday, May 18th: Cowspiracy: A Conspiracy of Silence

Free Movie Night: Monday, May 18th: Cowspiracy: A Conspiracy of Silence

Greenhouse gases from livestock commoditization are a major unsung and covered up cause of Global Warming. It stems from the insatiable human appetites for meat, profit and dominion over Nature. And almost no one is talking about it.
Silence about the Meat-Industrial Complex is fueling our ignorance and denial. Besides the almost unfathomable pain and suffering that is inflicted upon these “animal-commodities” there is the disastrous impact on our environment. Continue Reading