martes, agosto 07, 2012

Host a Bitter Seeds Film Screening During the Occupy Monsanto Sept. 17 Week of Action!

As part of Occupy Monsanto’s Sept. 17th week of action, the Organic Consumers Association has teamed up with Working Films to bring you the film Bitter Seeds. As part of the Occupy action, you can host a screening of Bitter Seedsin your community to learn more about the impact of GMOs.
Director Micha X. Peled introduces us to citizens of a small Indian town who are dealing with the impacts of GMO seeds in their community. Bitter Seeds is a dire warning about the potentially devastating impacts of GMO seeds on agriculture. His film offers an intimate portrayal of the financial, family and social tolls these seeds have had on the farmers. We meet farmers, family members and a young girl aspiring to be a journalist who seeks to unearth the cause of so many farmer suicides in her town. Her determination to expose the connection between farmer suicides and Monsanto’s seeds is inspiring, heart-wrenching and a David vs. Goliath story of the 21st century.

As part of your commitment to fighting Monsanto and GMOs in the US, you are invited to host a screening of 
Bitter Seeds in your community. In addition to the film, you will be given a free discussion guide and access to a range of digital resources to connect you to anti-GMO actions in the US. Seeing the film is a critical first step towards educating people about the need to stop GMOs in our country and an important way to connect people to important anti-GMO actions happening in the US right now. Get involved today to see Bitter Seeds and spread the film’s important message!
Watch the trailer and learn more about the film

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