The Hudson, A River at Risk: Free Film Screening

  • Ethical Culture Society of Westchester 7 Saxon Wood Road, White Plains, New York 10605

Join Food & Water Watch and the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester for a free film screening of Jon Bowermaster's "The Hudson, A River at Risk," a powerful film series about threats to the Hudson and communities along the river. After the screening, Bowermaster will help lead a discussion of efforts to stop these threats. 

Despite a fifty-year-long clean-up, the Hudson River still faces serious threats. The Pilgrim Pipelines would carry fracked petroleum along the river. Bomb trains course the river, and oil barges would be loaded with even more toxic crude. 

On March 28, we'll discuss the campaigns to stop these threats and ways that you can get involved. 

For more information or to RSVP, please contact Greta Zarro: gzarro@fwwatch.org, 347-774-4597.

Co-sponsoring organizations include Food & Water Watch, Ethical Culture Society of Westchester, Riverkeeper, Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition, Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion (SAPE), WESPAC, ResistSpectra, Safe Energy Rights Group (SEnRG), and Grassroots Environmental Education.