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Hudson River at Risk: PCBs- GE’s and the EPA’s Toxic Legacy

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April 18, 2016: 11:00AM to 12:30PM
The Linda, 339 Central Ave., Albany map
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On Monday, April 18, join us at The Linda, WAMC/Northeast Public Radio’s Performing Arts Studio in Albany, for a free screening of the new short film PCBs: GE’s and the EPA’s Toxic Legacy. This powerful and provocative documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Jon Bowermaster showcases how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is poised to sign off on General Electric’s cleanup of toxic PCBs in the Hudson River—despite the project’s failure to meet its goals to protect human health and the environment. Featuring experts like Dr. David O. Carpenter, director of the University at Albany’s Institute for Health and the Environment, the film details newly documented serious health risks people in riverfront communities face from chronic exposure to PCBs.

Following the screening, WAMC President/CEO Alan S. Chartock will moderate a panel discussion with Dr. Carpenter, state Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner and Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan. Details also will be provided on how the public can help heal the Hudson by hosting community screenings of the film and taking action via social media.

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