PSR-AZ PRESENTS INTERNATIONAL URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL – SW 2018 TOUR
DECEMBER 12, 2018 WEDNESDAY 6:30 PM – 9 PM
YWCA | 525 N BONITA AVE | TUCSON
TOO PRECIOUS TO MINE, USA, 2017, 10 MINUTES
HALF LIFE: THE STORY OF AMERICA’S LAST URANIUM MILL, USA, 2016, 12 min
CRYING EARTH RISE UP, USA, 2014, 57 MINUTES
Panel discussion: Justin Clifton, filmmaker. Janene Yazzie, Diné /Navajo, Sustainable Development
Coordinator for IITC. Amy Juan, Tohono O’odham Community Organizer. Kathy Altman, PSR-Az.
Event is free! Donations at door for the film festival people traveling from Rio, Brazil.
To see the complete SW film festival: www.uraniumfilmfestival.org
To learn how to endorse efforts to end nuclear war threat https://www.preventnuclearwar.org
These films tell part of the story of the effects and heroic resistance largely on Native American lands to
uranium extraction industries. Nuclear materials affect the environment and nuclear war threatens the
planet. A UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons signed by 122 nations in July 2017 is gaining
momentum world wide to end nuclear war ever again. Physicians for Social Responsibility is committed
to the mission of abolishing nuclear weapons, addressing climate change and health effects of toxic
chemicals in environment. To this end PSR-AZ is working locally on “Back From The Brink” campaign.
We ask your organization to sign on!
OUR TUCSON COSPONSORS:
ALLIANCE FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE | CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY / COMMUNITY WATER COALITION OF SOUTHERN
ARIZONA / INTERNATIONAL INDIAN TREATY COUNCIL | NATIONAL PARKS CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION | NUCLEAR
RESISTER / SIERRA CLUB – RINCON GROUP | WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM – TUCSON
Contact info: [email protected]
For the full PDF flyer, please click here: https://www.iitc.org/wp-content/uploads/uranium-flier.pdf