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Come see Genetic Roulette and discuss post election strategy around GMOs


If You Believe You Are What You Eat... If the adage “You are what you eat” is true, then it follows that the public has the right to know what’s in the food we purchase. In a few days, California voters will have the opportunity to demand that right. Proposition 37, if passed, will require that all plant and animal food products containing GMOs (genetically modified organisms) be labeled as such. That is an important major step in the growing movement to stop the genetic engineering of food, but there is more to consider and more to do. The larger picture of GMOs’ spread across the world and their impact on our health and agriculture can be seen in author/consumer advocate Jeffrey M. Smith’s dramatic new documentary. Diet for a New America author John Robbins’ review states, “In exposing the bullying and deceit of the biotech industry, Jeffrey Smith’s mesmerizing film shines a bright light of hope that we can reclaim our health and our food systems.” Smith’s exposé, narrated by Lisa Oz, presents wide-ranging scientific testimony and never-before-seen evidence of how far industry giants like Monsanto have advanced GMO intrusion into global food production, contributed to an alarming rise in disease rates, persecuted uncooperative farmers and opposing organizations, and been aided by the utter failure of the U. S. Food & Drug Administration to fulfill its investigative and regulatory obligations. Mark Rice, co-host of Focus on Food on KPFK and founder of Pasadena Learning Gardens, will be joined by other local food activists in a community discussion following the film. The Armory is located at 145 N. Raymond Ave. in Old Pasadena. Admission is free and the facility is accessible to disabled persons. For more information contact Marty Coleman at[masked] or visit
Check out our Conscientious Projector blog at and look for us onFacebook Conscientious Projector is a monthly documentary film series sponsored by Sustainable World (a Peace& Justice Ministry of All Saints Church) in association with The Armory Center for the Arts

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