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Film Screening: Groundswell Rising
May 15, 2014
Time: 5:00 - 7:15 pm
Location: Drexel University, Bossone Research Center - Michell Auditorium
Register here by May 10
Screening of film "Groundswell Rising - Protecting Our Children's Air and Water," a new film that provides firsthand accounts of how the gas and oil industry affects public health, private property and the lifeblood of communities. Followed by panel discussion with Dr. Carla Campbell (member of PSR Philadelphia's board of directors) who will moderate a panel discussion with the film's producter, Mark Licthy, Allison Insley (Occupational and Environmental Health Club & Drexel Public Health student) and Dr. Poune Saberi, member of both the PSR Philadelphia and PSR National boards of directors, who is featured in the film. Refreshments and registration begin at 5.
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Pediatric Environmental Health Toolkit
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