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January 28: Film & Discussion: “An Inconvenient Sequel”

Vice President Al Gore travels around the world, continuing ot address climate change. The film gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the work of creative minds within the movement and highlights the potential humans have to overcome the dangerous threats … Read More

January 18: Food and Water Watch Resistance

January marks the first anniversary of Donald Trump’s administration – and of the greater resistance to his dangerous anti-environmental agenda. Join Food and Water Watch for a discussion of how to strengthen our activism and grow our movement. They will … Read More

February 15: Food and Water Watch Screening of Fossil Fuel Documentary

Free screening of “To the Ends of the Earth,” a powerful documentary about the dangers of extreme methods of drilling for fossil fuels.There will be a potluck before the film — you’re invited to bring a drink or dish to … Read More

October 29: Food and Water Watch Sandy 5 Remembrance and Call to Action

Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy devastated Long Island, with many families and communities still recovering from the impact. On the anniversary, you can honor their suffering and rally with Food and Water Watch to demand elected officials take action to … Read More

Sandy 5 March and Remembrance; Friends of the Earth; Support Environmental Working Group

“Communities across the city will remember, resist, and rise together.” On October 28th, you have a chance to assemble and march over the Brooklyn Bridge, and then rally at the Alfred E. Smith Houses in Manhattan. More details here.  Sandy 5 March … Read More

Free Lunch For ALL NYC Kids; Losses in Texas After Harvey; Groundbreaking New Climate Bill; Florida Researchers Considering ‘Heat Resistant’ Cows

Lunch is Now Served FREE For All NYC Public School Kids Helping to eliminate the stigma of Free Lunch for “children in need,” and reinforcing the attitude which many food justice and public health advocates have, that learning is contingent upon being fed and full; … Read More

August 7: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power @Cinema Arts Center

Special screenings of Al Gore’s “AN INCONVENIENT SEQUEL: TRUTH TO POWER” with speakers after each screening. Where: Cinema Arts Center When: Monday, August 7, 7pm join Beth Fiteni, and Greta Zarro of Food & Water Watch, for a post film discussion … Read More

iEat Green Joins Slow Food North Shore for a Rooftop Tour of a Farm and a Vineyard! Summer Nutrition Programs for Low Income Children; Call your Senators, Assemblyman/women, and Governors; Stephen Ritz from the Green Bronx Machine Joins Bhavani on PRN!

Hi All, In just 2 days, I will be joining our local Slow Food Chapter for a tour of the Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm, and Rooftop Reds Vineyard, both at the Brooklyn Navy Yard! We will start the event with … Read More

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