Sandra Steingraber: Film (& new book) promo!!

Tuesday, May 18th in Toronto!!

Planet in Focus & Women's Healthy Environments Network co-present the Canadian première of: *Living Downstream* - a documentary by Chanda Chevannes based on the acclaimed book of the same name by Sandra Steingraber.

Tuesday May 18, 2010 - 7:30 pm - Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario. Bloor Cinema

Other screenings elsewhere:

May 22 to June 5, 2010 - North Palmerson, New Zealand (New Zealand Premiere)

May 26, 2010 - Ithaca NY

October 15 - 17, 2010 - San Rafael, CA

N.B. Lots more info, incl. weekly e-mail newsletters here

Q&A session with Sandra Steingraber and Chanda Chevannes to follow the Toronto screening. A book signing of the newly released 2nd edition of Living Downstream will be hosted by Book City

Please tell anyone you know who may be interested in attending this special event!

Advance tickets available online at Brown Paper Tickets or in person at all Book City locations for $10.00. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door one hour before the screening. Any tickets purchased from Brown Paper Tickets that have not arrived in the mail before the screening will be honoured, & can be picked up at the Bloor Cinema on the night of the screening.

Ecologist, author, & cancer survivor, Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized authority on the environmental links to cancer and reproductive health. Based on Sandra's acclaimed book Living Downstream is an eloquent and cinematic feature-length documentary. This poetic film follows Sandra during one pivotal year as she travels across North America, working to break the silence about cancer and its environmental links. This screening coincides with the release of the second edition of the book by Da Capo Press, which has been significantly re-written with all the latest scientific evidence.

Please visit for more information on Living Downstream & the screenings.

'Quote of the day' w. this post: “A woman’s body is (a human being’s) first environment. Whatever contaminants are in a woman’s body find their way into the next generation. I think there is no better argument for the precautionary principle.” – Dr. Sandra Steingraber, author of Living Downstream - An Ecologist Looks at Cancer & the Environment