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london 29/01/2016 - 01:04PM


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Do you remember Cinema Politica London's screening over a year ago, of the documentary LIVING DOWNSTREAM, featuring Dr. Sandra Steingraber's research on water quality and rates of cancer?
If not, your London Public Library has a copy of the DVD you can borrow at any time for FREE: Living downstream [videorecording (DVD)] / produced by Chanda Chevannes, Nathan Shields ; directed by Chanda Chevannes | Call number: 616.994071 Liv
Or you can also read Dr. Steingraber's book of the same name:
Living downstream : an ecologist looks at cancer and the environment / Sandra Steingraber | Call number: 616.994 Ste

Well it seems that the water quality of Flint, Michigan is in the news again: | CBC News Posted: Jan 20, 2016 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 20, 2016 5:00 AM ET | Flint water crisis: 6 things to know about the toxic taps. Lead-tainted water leads to state of emergency in troubled Michigan city
Dr. Sandra Steingraber has a Facebook post all about Flint Michigan's water crisis, and the current state of emergency there:

Want to learn or do more?
Visit the actions page at FOOD & WATER WATCH: Flint Water Crisis
Have a look at Dr. Steingraber's work promoting awareness campaigns against fracking and pipelines:
Watch this recent Youtube video: People's Task Force Demands NO MORE PIPELINES
Go to your local LONDONcoc webpage to learn more about the effects of LINE 9 on your local community
Get involved in the local Stop Line 9 campaigns and tweet your response to #NoLine9


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