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The Santa Cruz premiere of the award-winning film, Mother: Caring for 7 Billion

The Events Committee of the Sierra Club-Santa Cruz presents:

The Santa Cruz premiere of the award-winning film, Mother: Caring for 7 Billion

Thursday, May 29, 2014

at the Resource Center for Non-Violence
612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz

6:30pm Social Time with light, healthy snacks
7:00pm Presentation

<<Film is 60 minutes & a discussion follows it>>

Everyone is welcome. Tell your friends!

Free ~ Donations Appreciated.

Parking is available-PLEASE try to arrive sustainably: To arrange bus, bike or walking or car pooling, request it here on our MeetUp page.

You and your friends are invited to join us for the Santa Cruz premiere of the award-winning film, Mother: Caring for 7 Billion.

Mother is a groundbreaking film that reveals the compelling challenges we face in a world of over 7 billion. It tells the story of Beth, an American mother and child's right activist, and her journey to make sense of how and why the empowerment of women and girls around the world is so intricately linked to our fate on this fragile planet.

Mother features world-renowned experts to help explain one of the most persistent controversies in our culture that touches gender equity, religion, reproductive health and the environment. It is a film of hope and shows us the strength of the human spirit to make a better world.

To watch the movie trailer click here:

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  • Catherine | Cat Heron | S.

    What do all these "good to see you" remarks have to do with the event? Are these part of the meet up messaging?

    May 30, 2014

    • Keresha

      Yes, they are part of the MeetUp system.

      June 1, 2014

  • Catharine G.

    I feel uncomfortable about those "Good to see you" automatic comments that come after meetups too. I wish they would go away.

    May 30, 2014

  • Catharine G.

    I could bike, and I will be coming from Seabright Beach by the Natural History Museum.

    May 23, 2014

    • Keresha

      Hi Catharine--Can you meet us on the River Path by the Laurel Street Bridge at 5:45pm?

      May 27, 2014

    • Catharine G.

      Just saw this. Sorry. Catharine

      May 30, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great film and good conversation afterward.

    1 · May 30, 2014

  • Catherine | Cat Heron | S.

    This was a challenging presentation of population, the economy of consumption, the distribution of resources, the survival of community and family, women as creative forces of change, the power of media to warp and to shape our values, the need to re-think how we show what we value.

    2 · May 29, 2014

  • Catharine G.

    I loved it. I thought it was strong enough to appeal to many, and yet not in people's face. I personally am an ecological socialist of sorts, and despise the way Capitalism is colonizing everything and everybody like a virus.

    1 · May 29, 2014

  • Keresha

    Anyone want to bike to the film?

    May 12, 2014

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