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Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility uses "The Water Front" as a tool for investor awareness, Detroit, June 23, 2010
Curtis Smith, Associate Producer, The Waterfront
Marian Kramer, Michigan Welfare Rights Organization
Hon. Chris Woodard, City Council Member, Highland Park
Alex Beauchamp, Food and Water Watch
Anita Green, General Board of Pension & Health Benefits, United Methodist Church
The Montreal Urban Ecology Centre's mission is to build and share expertise concerning the most viable and democratic approaches to sustainable urban development.
University of Portland features "The Water Front" in Water and Justice conference, "Confluences,"March 26-28, 2010
The University of Portland organized a symposium March 26-28, 2010, bringing together some of the nation’s leading experts to examine various perspectives on water, including environmental justice, protection, science, theology, business, history, law, and the Native American perspective.
The Confluences: Water & Justice symposium opened with a lecture and cruise on the Willamette River followed by a screening of The Water Front, a documentary film on water rights in Michigan. Afterwards, Curt Smith answered questions.
The Water Front screened as part of School of Community Economic Development Speaker Series, Feb. 12th, 2010
Gloucester, the oldest fishing seaport in the US waging a water campaign and screening "The Water Front" , Sunday Feb. 14th, 2pm
For directions to the Cape Ann Community Cinema visit
Past screenings have included:
Sunday, January 10th at 2pm @ Cape Ann Community Cinema
Saturday, January 16th at 3:30pm @ Cape Ann Discovery Center at Ravenswood Park*
Thursday, January 28th at 6pm @ Lanesville Community Center *
On December 1, 2009, high school students from the Brother Rice Global Action Debate Team screened The Water Front at the first Detroit Wild and Scenic Film Festival for environmental awareness. The Brother Rice Global Action Debate Team held the film festival as part of the team’s third year of participation in the renowned United Nations Foundation’s Global Debates Program. This program challenges high school students from around the world to think critically on pressing global issues.
The Brother Rice Global Action Debate Team invited over 100 area middle school students to screen several environmental films and speak with invited guests. After the screening of The Water Front, students held a discussion with Highland Park Council Member, Christopher Woodard and the film’s associate producer, Curtis Smith. The students were encouraged to not only become aware of local environmental issues, but more importantly to become change agents in their communities.
Brother Rice High School is a male Catholic college preparatory high school located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
The United Nations Foundation is committed to engaging people everywhere of all ages, but particularly young people who the power to make a difference.
Location: Museum of Art, Helmut Stern Auditorium, 525 S. State St.
Speaker: Associate producer, Curtis D. Smith
Join us for a discussion of this award-winning film with associate director Curtis D. Smith immediately following the film. Light refreshments will be served.
Sponsored by the MLK Planning Committee and the University of Michigan Museum of Art
Contact the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives, (734) 936-1055