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THE DEVIL WE KNOW (2018)

‎The Devil We Know (2018) directed by Stephanie Soechtig • Reviews, film + cast • LetterboxdCitizens in West Virginia battle a powerful corporation after learning that it has consciously been dumping a toxic chemical into the local water supply. Their investigation unearths that this chemical is actually found in the blood of 99.7% Americans.  Produced by Stephanie Soechtig, the documentary exposes the decades-long efforts by the DuPont corporation to deny the adverse effects of chemicals used in the manufacture of Teflon kitchenware, which they knew about at least as early as 1982. They’re still denying them, even as birth defects and other problems have increasingly surfaced among factory workers and nearby residents whose water has become polluted with industrial waste.  Learn about the effects of using Teflon and other common household products on our health.

See “The Devil We Know” on Friday June 28, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Madelyn Helling Library, 980 Helling Way (near the Rood Center), Nevada City.  Come for the film, and stay for the discussion following the film. $10.00 suggested donation and free tea and organic popcorn!  For more information write to  ncpeaceandjustice@gmail.com, or visit the Peace & Justice Center’s Facebook page. 

Peace and Justice Center of Nevada County

Vision

We envision a world of justice, peace, equality and freedom. This includes a community where differences are respected, conflicts are addressed peacefully, and supportive structures are developed. It is a community where people are empowered and live in harmony with the earth, nurtured by traditions that foster compassion and reconcilliation.

Purpose

Through open inquiry, education, and nonviolent direct action, the Peace and Justice Center of Nevada County honors the essential power of people in community. We nurture peace, justice and dignity in ourselves, our community and our earth.

Peace Partnerships

including:

  • Peace Alliance US Dept. of Peace
  • Palestine – Israel Working Group
  • Brady Campaign stop gun violence
  • Move to Amend Campaign
  • Occupy Beale AFB no drone killing
  • Alternatives to Violence Project
  • Creating Communities Beyond Bias

Programs

Fourth Friday Film Forum

We show monthly films on peace and justice issues for public education and discussion. Shows are at the Madelyn Helling Library in Nevada City. Admission by donation.

Peace Recruiting

Our mission is to promote a culture of peace in our schools. We visit high school campuses to provide information and resources on careers, further education and realities of military service so that each student has complete information to choose their future.

Peace Events

We host peace events including Give Peace a Song, Students Meet Activists and our booth at the Nevada County Fair to promote peace and justice in our community.  We celebrate our connections with those who work for peace and justice around the world.

Activist Calendar

We support other local peacebuilding organizations through our activist calendar, news articles and pages on our web site and Facebook Group.

Newsletter

Our newsletter features timely articles and calendar events. It is sent by email. Subscribe by entering your email address at our web site.  We do not share your email address.

Support

We welcome your donation whether one time, annually or monthly.

  • Peace Pioneer $100 (or $10/month)
  • Families for Peace $ 40
  • Individuals for Peace $ 25
  • Students/Low Income for Peace $ 10

Checks payable to PJCNC or by PayPal on our web site

PJCNC is a 501c(3) non-profit

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