Two Films Against Fracking in California
When: Tuesday October 25th 2016, 7-9pm
Where: The New Parkway Theater, 474 24th Street, Oakland (between Telegraph and Broadway)
Cost: $10, available here!
About the Event:
Fracking — the process of drilling deep into the ground and using a high-pressure water mixture to release oil and gas—has taken off in California, despite serious environmental and social concerns.
Join the Oakland Institute for two short films, focused on fracking and its resistance here in California. Dear Governor Brown looks at the contradictions of Gov. Jerry Brown—considered the “greenest” Governor in the US by some, but simultaneously encouraging growing fracking production in the region — and explores fracking in our state. Faith Against Fracking looks at the role of faith leaders from multiple backgrounds in forming alliances and contributing to the struggle to end fracking.
Following the film, join the Oakland Institute’s Policy Analyst Elizabeth Fraser, along with Shannon Biggs of Movement Rights and David Braun of Americans Against Fracking for a discussion about the incredible and important work happening here in California to ban fracking once and for all.