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How Chemicals Affect Our Lives: A Film Screening and Discussion of Ed Brown’s "Unacceptable Levels"

December 3, 2012
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Mitchell Auditorium, Drexel University
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Join PSR Philadelphia, who in cooperation with the Sierra Club Chapter of Drexel University, Conservation Pennsylvania, Moms Clean Air Force and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, will host an exclusive free screening of the film "Unacceptable Levels," created and directed by Pennsylvania film-maker Ed Brown. The film is a dissection of the current chemical industry, existing regulations, and our understanding (or lack thereof) of how chemicals affect our health and the world around us. A brief panel discussion and question-and-answer session will follow the film screening.

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