January 18, 2021, 7:00 pm
Join the Howard County Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission, Columbia Jewish Congregation, Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Howard County, Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake maybe NAACP of Howard County and ecoAmerica)
for the screening of Unbreathable
7:00pm – screening of film
7:30pm – panel discussion
Panelists include: Willie Flowers, President of the Howard County NAACP and Park Heights Community Health Association, Rebecca Rehr, Director of ecoAmerica’s Climate for Health Program and Chesahna Kindred, MD
Moderator: Bonnie Sorak, Senior Outreach Coordinator, Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, Howard County Martin Luther Jr. Holiday Commission, and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Howard County
Unbreathable spotlights the ongoing struggle for clean air in the United States. Over the past 50 years, there has been major progress in significantly reducing air pollution across the nation thanks to the Clean Air Act. However, asthma continues to be the number one health issue for children and nearly half of all Americans across the country today are still impacted by unhealthy levels of air pollution. This 30-minute film shares stories of communities that are fighting for healthier air and the challenges we face to ensure healthy air for all.
Register for the panel discussion by clicking here.
The link to view the 30-minute movie and your Zoom connection information, will be emailed to you directly once it is available (early January) to watch on your time, or you can watch the movie along with others at 7:00pm.
Everyone can join for the panel discussion at 7:30pm.
For more information contact Bonnie Sorak at Bonnie@InterfaithChesapeake.org or call 443-799-0349.