Feb 21: The Power Of One Voice at Chatham

Following a successful Pittsburgh premiere at the National Aviary (introduced by Mayor Bill Peduto), there are two more local screenings of The Power of One Voice: A 50-Year Perspective on the Life of Rachel Carson.
One is next week at our Sustainability Salon, and the other takes place at Carson's own alma mater, Chatham University.

7:00pm at Chatham University's Eddy Theater.  General admission is $15 and students get in for free.  You can purchase tickets online at http://j.mp/POOVChatham .

The Power of One Voice: A 50-Year Perspective on the Life of Rachel Carson is a groundbreaking documentary examining the life of Rachel Carson and the profound implications of her environmental work. Perfect for classrooms and community events, this 51-minute film features interviews with Rachel Carson’s adopted son, Roger Christie, her biographer, Linda Lear, and other notable writers, scientists and advocates. By highlighting the power of Carson’s voice, the filmmakers (Director/Producer Mark Dixon and Executive ProducerPatricia DeMarco) hope to inspire others to add their voices to this essential conversation.

The film's website: http://powerofonevoicefilm.com/
The film's trailer: http://youtu.be/6Xm653dYfeM

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