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Holy (un)Holy River (March 2 @Chicago Temple)

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Holy (un)Holy River (March 2 @Chicago Temple)


Peter McBride & Jake Norton/2016/60 min/Health & Environment

CHICAGO PREMIERE. FILM DESCRIPTION: This film takes you on an dramatic adventure to Ma Ganga (“Mother Ganges”), a waterway that is divine and defiled, revered and reviled. Once celebrated for its purity, India’s Ganges River now carries contaminates from its glacial headwaters, where freshly fallen snow contains zinc from industrial emissions. Water is diverted from the river for agriculture and other uses, and the 500 million people in the Ganges basin further pollute the river. “Holy (un)Holy River” asks the essential question: Can the Ganges survive?

Teens and young adults encouraged to attend. Contains heavy themes, graphic images & language.

Doors open 30 minutes before start time. Arrive early to avoid lines and get best seats. ADA compliant accessible venue.

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Map First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple, 77 West Washington Street, Chicago, United States
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