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Environmental Health Trust Virtual Film Event screening of ‘COMPLICIT’  Free to our community

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Please join us on May 5, 2021, at 7 pm MT for the first in our 2021 Jackson Hole Environmental Health Trust Virtual Film Series.  Our founder and President, Dr. Devra Davis, a long-time Jackson Hole resident, will join Co-Director and Producer Heather White for a live Q & A after the screening of ‘COMPLICIT’.
A little about the Film:
This film will take you on an 8000-mile journey to the world’s electronics factory floors.
First released in 2017, “COMPLICIT” has been screened at 40 film festivals and has won nine international festival awards. Shortly after the documentary’s release, Apple agreed to ban the use of benzene and n-hexane in its cellular phone production, but do these factories continue to ignore Chinese regulations?

Location: Streaming on Bullfrog Films to View Register at EHtrust.org
Time: 6:45 PM to 9:00 PM

Contact: Debbie
Email: debbie@ehtrust.org
972-672-3032

About Our Guest: Heather White Heather is a documentary filmmaker and research consultant with more than 20 years experience in international advocacy on labor and human rights issues. White co-directed “COMPLICIT” with Lynn Zhang. White is a former Network Fellow at Harvard University's Edmond Safra Center for Ethics. She is the founder of Verité, a global nonprofit organization monitoring factory’s in 60 countries. About Us: Jackson Hole Environmental Health Trust We are the only nonprofit organization in the world that carries out cutting-edge research on environmental health hazards and also works directly with communities, health, and education professionals, and policymakers to understand and mitigate these hazards. Environmental Health Trust (EHT) is a think tank that promotes a healthier environment through research, education, and policy. From our Founder & President: “At Environmental Health Trust, we frequently speak about the effects of wireless technology on individual users. This film is important to learn about how the entire production process shortcuts safety in the name of a technology, that no one demanded, but everyone is now addicted to using,” said Dr. Devra Davis, founder, and president of Environmental Health Trust. “If we are going to be reliant on this technology, it’s imperative that information and telecommunications companies support the health and welfare of its workers and end-users. We have to demand better from them.”

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