|When:||Back to Calendar October 24, 2013 @ 4:40 PM - 6:30 PM||Where:||Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Encina Hall
616 Serra Street
Stanford University,Stanford,CA 94305
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|Tags:||business conservation energy Peninsula politics pollution poverty|
The promise of jobs from a proposed uranium mill has an economically devastated mining community in Colorado hopeful for the first time in decades. When environmentalists step in to stop the mill, pro-mill advocates are enraged. A debate ensues, pitting jobs against health and
the environment. The question remains: is uranium worth it?
Suzan Beraza, USA, 71 min
Suzan Beraza (dir. BAG IT!, SFGFF 2011) was born in Jamaica and raised in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Her thought-provoking films challenge viewers to examine their lives and consider the impact of their choices. Founder of Reel Thing, Suzan wears many hats from producer to editor to director.
The 16th UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival) from October 17-27, 2013 Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, San Francisco and Stanford University celebrates the power of documentary films dealing with human rights issues, the environment, racism, women’s issues, universal education, war and peace. The theme for this year is INDIVIDUAL TO UNIVERSAL.
INFORMATION & TICKETS: www.unaff.org