Come meet Luke Sekera, water justice activist and hear his story, learn about his struggles against Poland Spring Nestle in his community, within our state of Maine.
Annual meeting at 5:30, with talk at 6:30 (and book signing)
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The new documentary “The Nuns, The Priests, and The Bombs” by Helen Young will be viewed in portions, followed by guest Sister Megan Rice- one of the anti-nuclear weapons activists who appears in the documentary. She will discuss the new #nuclear ban and her story of activism.
"#PeaceFair Prelude" Film series on July's final Fridays.
July 13 6:30 Curtis Memorial Library Brunswick "Dr. Strangelove"
July 20 6:30 Curtis Memorial Library Brunswick " The Day After"
July 27 6:00 "The Nuns, the Priests, and the Bombs"- a new documentary by Helen Young, with guest speaker Sister Megan Rice. St. Charles, Brunswick . This event is co-sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility Maine and will include information about their new "Back from the Brink" campaign.
Free and Open to the Public. FMI: 207-865-3802