June 22, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm
Harvey Johnson
Environmental Justice Film Series

Doors open at 6:30

4340 Lincoln Avenue, St. Joseph

This event is FREE        BYOB encouraged        popcorn included

TERRA tells the story of life. Yann Arthus Bertrand and Michael Pitiot reveal the incredible saga of our living planet. From the first lichen to the gigantic forests, monkeys of the jungle to the mythic animals of the savannah. Over barely 10,000 years, life on Earth has been profoundly affected by the incredible development of humanity. But mankind is now increasingly isolated. How have our relations with other living beings changed so much? What do we still see, or notice, of the living world around us? TERRA is a journey through the history of life forms, a quest for the animal within us. For true humanity. By proposing that we once again treat wildlife with the respect it deserves, TERRA shows its credentials as an ode to the human species, a humanist and deliberately positive film, openly advocating that humanity is still capable of “getting back to basics”. The movie is about 90 min. long, and after we watch it we’ll have a discussion about what actions we can all take on this important issue.