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GMO OMG Film Screening and Discussion
Join MASSPIRG, MA Right to Know GMOs and Lighter Culture for a special screening of the film GMO OMG with filmmaker Jeremey Seifert, sponsored by Ben & Jerry's and Dean's Bean's Organic Coffee.
Wednesday, June 11, 2013 at Emerson College in Boston
5:30 PM Reception, Film Start 6:00 PM
Followed by panel discussion with the filmmaker and GMO labeling proponents.
The Paramount Center (Emerson College)
559 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111
Cost: $10 to benefit MA Right to Know GMO SPACE IS LIMITED
Please RSVP to Facebook event or email MAR2KGMOs@gmail.com for ticket purchase details.
(And yes, there will be free coffee and ice cream).
Hosted by Mass. GMO labeling champions Representative Todd Smola (R- Palmer), Rep. Ellen Story (D- Amherst) and Deirdre Cummings, Legislative Director at MASSPIRG.
Who controls the future of your food?
GMO OMG explores the systematic corporate takeover and potential loss of humanity’s most precious and ancient inheritance: seeds. Director Jeremy Seifert investigates how loss of seed diversity and corresponding laboratory assisted genetic alteration of food affects his young children, the health of our planet, and freedom of choice everywhere. GMO OMG follows one family’s struggle to live and eat without participating in an unhealthy, unjust, and destructive food system. In GMO OMG, the encroaching darkness of unknown health and environmental risks, chemical toxins, and food monopoly meets with the light of a growing global movement to take back what we have lost. Has the global food system been irrevocably hijacked? Is there still time to reclaim its purity, protect biodiversity and save ourselves?
Join us as we explore these important questions and discuss what we can do to take back a piece of food democracy here in Massachusetts by passing legislation that would require the labeling of all genetically engineered seeds and food ingredients.
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