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flint: the poisoning of an american city

International Women’s Day showcases young inventor and urges women to ‘rise up’ at #CSW67

Imagine at age 17 being able to say that you’ve developed a device to detect lead-contaminated water, conceptualized a service to thwart cyber bullying and appeared on the cover of Time magazine. Those are just a few of the accomplishments of Gitanjali Rao, one of the inspirational women and girls applauded at the United Nations observance of International Women’s Day on Wednesday.

New Presbyterian documentary will address the impact of structural racism

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s Story Productions, which has presented award-winning documentaries such as “Flint: The Poisoning of an American City” and “Trigger: The Ripple Effect of Gun Violence,” is at work on a new film looking at the impacts of industrial pollution and environmental racism.

Amplifying voices we don’t often hear from

Producing a film that makes a difference starts with relationships and gets to the big screen by talking with and listening to people whose voices aren’t often heard.

Amplifying voices we don’t often hear from

Producing a film that makes a difference starts with relationships and gets to the big screen by talking with and listening to people whose voices aren’t often heard.

‘Flint’ documentary gains wider release

The riveting documentary “Flint: The Poisoning of an American City” has come to your neighborhood. In fact, you can watch it right from the comfort of your own home — thanks to streaming services and cable television providers.

Story Ministry focuses on voices that need to be heard

David Barnhart was talking the morning after the world premiere of his documentary for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s Story Ministry, “Flint: The Poisoning of an American City,” in its namesake city.