cultural leaders, ecological activists, indigenous wisdom keepers who re-envision our relationship to water

‘Reflection: A Walk with Water’ climate film to be shown in Belfast

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    BELFAST — Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m., the Belfast Free Library, in collaboration with The Peace and Social Justice Forum/Waldo County (formerly Peace and Justice Group of Waldo County) will show the film Reflection: A Walk with Water.

    This presentation, part of the ongoing series of programs for the All of Belfast Climate Dialogues project of the Belfast Free Library, will take place in the Abbott Room of the library located at 106 High Street.

    Filmmaker Emmett Brennan embarks on a powerful journey to find stories of hope and healing as he walks 200 miles along the iconic Los Angeles aqueduct encountering cultural leaders, ecological activists, and indigenous wisdom keepers who are re-envisioning our relationship to water.

    The water cycle is being broken, and the consequence is an increasingly erratic and uninhabitable planet.

    “ This award winning film highlights transformational stories from LA and other parts of California and makes widespread ecological healing seem within reach,” said the library, in a news release. “Providing deep insight into the inseparability of water and life, Reflection helps equip our minds and hearts for the important work ahead.”

    All our welcome to join for this free film screening.

    For more information please call the library 207-338-3884 ext.10 or visit belfastlibrary.org.

    Event Date: 

    Tue, 09/27/2022 - 6:00pm

    Event Location: 

    Belfast Free Library

    Address: 

    106 High Street
    Belfast, ME 04915
    United States