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Social Justice Film Series

After a well-received series of films addressing race in the Fall, the Social Justice Committee will continue its film series in January, as it shifts its focus to income inequality, a growing issue in the United States and elsewhere. Both films will be screened after Sunday morning worship in the Marshall Parlor with a lunch and discussion afterwards. 

Feb 2: “Flint: The Poisoning of an American City” from Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s Story Ministry looks at the water crisis in Flint, Michigan where, through decisions by un-elected city managers, residents were exposed to lead and other toxins in the municipal water system. The film, from director David Barnhart, shows that the crisis disproportionately impacted low income residents and communities of color.

Date

February 2

Time

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

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