Fluoride Action Network

Clean Water Sonoma-Marin Movie Night 9/24: Our Daily Dose & Q&A

Source: Clean Water Sonoma-Marin | September 21st, 2015

Thursday September 24, 2015

MOVIE: Our Daily Dose (2015)
A 17 minute documentary about water fluoridation
by award-winning film maker Jeremy Siefert

PLACE: SUNRISE CENTER, 645 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera
DATE: Thursday September 24, 2015
TIME: 7:00-9:00 pm
DIRECTIONS: From Hwy 101, take the Tamilpais exit, and go west on Tamilpais Drive. See the map for exact location

$10 donation ~ no one turned away

Panel discussion and Q & A
With Special Guests

ANGELA C. HIND, MD, chronic & environmental disease specialist, medical advisor for Our Daily Dose, and author of “Is preventing a few cavities worth risking children’s brain health?”

ATTORNEY DOUGLAS RULEY, Of Council at the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic at Vermont Law School, an expert on federal and international environmental litigation.

ATTORNEY MICHAEL CONNETT, specialist in toxic chemical injury, and author of “The Facts About Fluoride & Human Intelligence.”

Attorney Michael Connett specializes in helping victims of unsafe products and toxic chemical exposures. His pro bono work and community service include serving as Special Projects Director for Fluoride Action Network (FAN). Learn more about Michael Connett’s work.

Angela C. Hind, MD, a specialist in Internal Medicine and Functional Medicine, first began to explore the health ramifications of low-nutrient food consumption, and exposure to environmental toxins, when she recognized our current medical system’s inability to deal with the growing incidence of chronic disease. Learn more about Dr. Hind’s work

Attorney Douglas Ruley is Of Counsel to the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic at Vermont Law School, where he served as Director from 2012 to 2015. He has extensive experience with environmental litigation at Federal and international levels. Learn more about Douglas Ruley’s  work.

Marin residents are saying NO to water fluoridation without reliable studies proving safety. If you have time to get involved, if you want to have fun while doing something good for yourself and for your community, call Dawna Gallagher Stroeh at 415-858-2402.