Residents throughout New Hampshire have not been asked if they want more fossil fuel infrastructure but that hasn’t stopped Liberty Utilities from coming into our communities and pushing the Granite Bridge Pipeline on us. Sadly, the Granite Bridge story is a common one. People all across the country are not asked if they want the corporate harm that is permitted in their communities. But we’re all standing up to protect our homes and claim our rights. Join Citizen Action for Exeter’s Environment’s pre-release film screening of Invisable Hand and a discussion afterwards with Thomas Linzey, the executive director of Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF).
Narrated by award-winning actor Mark Ruffalo and directed by the alarming, award-winning filmmakers Joshua B. Pribanic and Melissa A. Troutman, Invisable Hand takes you inside the struggle behind the curtain of our daily economy to reveal a new future for democracy and Nature. ‘Rights of Nature’ becomes “capitalism’s one true opponent.”
Join Exeter residents of the INVISIBLE HAND — followed by Q&A with Thomas Linzey, executive director of Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF). If you plan on attending please RSVP below.
Invisable Hand trailer: https://vimeo.com/publicherald/review/275573714/897b02e3c3
NHCRN – www.nhcommunityrights.org
CELDF – www.celdf.org