From the organizers (Films For Action):
Films For Action, the Sustainability Action Network, KU Eco-Justice & GPACE present a free encore screening of Dirty Business on Sunday October 10th. This event is being organized in solidarity with Bill McKibben’s 350.org campaign, calling for a global day of action on 10.10.10. See http://www.350.org.
After the film screening, around 8:30, several Lawrence groups committed to climate action will give a short introduction to the work they’re doing here locally, followed by a Q&A with Scott Allegrucci from the Great Plains Alliance for Clean Energy. Scott is one of our local experts on the proposed coal plant issue, being closely involved in the campaign to oppose the boondoggle project since it was first proposed. Scott will have an update on the status of the campaign and offer ideas for how we can help oppose the project and support a smart, clean energy future for Kansas.
If you’ve already seen the film, this is a great change to get everyone you know who missed it to come see it. We can all become media activists by helping to spread the word and educate our city about the significant choice our state will be making in the coming months.
If you’d like to help promote the film to others but just want to come for the discussion, it will start around 8:30pm. If you haven’t seen the film yet, here’s your chance. Watch the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EZj7dZKxFU