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Unacceptable Levels Screening and Conversation with the Filmmaker and Special Guests from the film.
E Street Cinema
Washington DC, DC
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Thursday Jun 20, 2013 7:00 PM - Thursday Jun 20, 2013 10:00 PM | $8.00 - $10.00


Unacceptable Levels Screening and Conversation with the Filmmaker and Special Guests from the film.
Join us for the DC premiere of Unacceptable Levels followed by a Q&A with Director Ed Brown and Special guests from the film:

Devra Lee Davis, Environmental Health Trust

Andy Igrejas, Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families

Jennifer Sass, Natural Resources Defense Council

About the Film
Unacceptable Levels chronicles the impact of chemicals in our lives.  Our water, food, bodies and environments--all are touched by  industrial chemicals.  What does this mean for us?  Filmmaker and father Ed Brown, armed with a camera, a passion, and a sense of humor, set off to uncover the facts about our chemical world, and share them with everyone.  The result is Unacceptable Levels, a touching and enlightening documentary.  Narrated by Brown and created in consultation with over forty experts, it examines seemingly disparate aspects of life today to present the big picture .  No matter what you already know about chemicals, Unacceptable Levels will show you something you haven't seen, but need to know.

About our guests

Devra Lee Davis
Dr. Devra Lee Davis, M.P.H., Ph.D., is recognized internationally for her work on environmental health and disease prevention. A Presidential appointee that received bi-partisan Senate confirmation, Dr. Davis was the Founding Director of the world's first Center for Environmental Oncology and currently serves as President of Environmental Health Trust, a nonprofit devoted to researching and controlling avoidable environmental health threats. National book award finalist, for When Smoke Ran Like Water, 2002, she lectures at universities in the U.S. and Europe and was the recent winner of the Carnegie Science Medal in 2010 and the Lifetime Achievement Award from Green America in 2012.

Andy Igrejas
Prior to working as National Campaign Director for Safer Chemicals Healthy Families, Igrejas headed the Environmental Health Program at the National Environmental Trust for seven years, and continued in the position when that organization merged with the Pew Charitable Trusts in 2008. In that role, Igrejas helped put chemical policy reform on the national agenda through work on the Kid-Safe Chemical Act. Igrejas also led NET's work on chemical security, right-to-know, food safety, and California initiatives like the successful campaign for the Safe Cosmetics Act. Prior to NET, Igrejas, a native of Bloomfield, NJ, was a lobbyist and organizer for the Public Interest Research Groups in California and New Jersey, the California League of Conservation Voters and Californians for Pesticide Reform.

Jennifer Sass
Dr. Sass is a Senior Scientist in the Health and Environment program of the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental non-profit organization, and a Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health. She oversees the U.S. government regulations of industrial chemicals and pesticides, and assesses the data underlying the regulatory decisions. Dr. Sass has degrees in Anatomy and Cell Biology from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and Toxicology from the University of Maryland. She has published over three dozen articles in peer-reviewed journals, presented testimony in the U.S. Congress, and participated in U.S. government scientific advisory committees.



E Street Cinema
555 11th ST. NW
Washington DC, DC 20004
United States

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