GEEARS, TruePani, and Voices for Georgia’s Children are excited to present, “Nor Any Drop to Drink.” The film details the events that led to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan and the subsequent implications for residents, including young children. During this event, we’ll explore the impact of lead exposure in drinking water on maternal and child health. Members of the health, education, and early learning communities as well as other interested professionals are encouraged to join us for this important conversation.
A reception with drinks and food to follow at Tapa Tapa, immediately adjacent to the theater.
All participants must have a ticket to attend the event. You can purchase in advance or at the door for $12.
Free parking is available.
Learn more: https://www.noranydropfilm.com/
View the trailer: Nor Any Drop to Drink
About the Director
Cedric Taylor, Ph.D. is a Jamaican-born filmmaker and Professor of Sociology at Central Michigan University. He is the writer, director and producer of “Nor Any Drop to Drink”. He uses film, visual media and storytelling to engage the public in conversations around social inequalities. Dr. Taylor’s areas of research include racial health disparities and social determinants of health.