The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 |

Beverly May and Terry Ratliff grew up like kin on opposite sides of a mountain ridge in eastern Kentucky. Now in their fifties, the two find themselves in the midst of a debate dividing their community and the world: who controls, consumes, and benefits from our planet’s shrinking supply of natural resources? A very personal look at an issue affecting communities from coast to coast, Deep Down puts a human face on the consequences of our environmental impact.

Join WHYY and ITVS, in partnership with the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, the Delaware Riverkeeper Network and PennFuture for a Community Cinema screening of Deep Down, a film by Sally Rubin and Jen Gilomen

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
6:30pm (doors open 6:00pm)
150 N 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Film will be followed by a panel discussion linking the film to our local Pennsylvania debate on the Marcellus Shale drilling with Adam H. Cutler (Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia), Tracy Carluccio (Delaware Riverkeepers), Christine Knapp (Penn Future) and special guest State Representative Tony Payton, Jr. Moderated by WHYY-FM reporter Susan Phillips.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

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