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Over 680 people have joined us for a screening of "THE DEVIL WE KNOW": DuPont and 3M poisoning the world. We invite you to learn about the health concerns from exposure to this chemical and how we can protect water quality and our children. Over 600 have signed our petition!  Click here, please sign the petition by April 11!

THE FILM The Devil We Know is the story of how one synthetic chemical, used to make Teflon products, contaminated a West Virginia community. New research suggests nearly all Americans have been exposed to non-stick chemicals in food, drinking water, and consumer products and that it’s in our blood.

Each showing will include a panel of experts and meaningful actions that you can take to demand clean drinking water in New Hampshire.

• NH HAS THE HIGHEST CHILDHOOD CANCER RATE IN THE NATION.

• NH has the highest rates of pediatric, breast, bladder and esophageal cancer in the country. We also have a pediatric cancer cluster in the Seacoast. We know that about 50% or more of cancers can be prevented by limiting exposure to environmental toxins.

• We want the commission to be re-established to implement a state-wide tracking program for environmentally-triggered disease prevention. We need to continue the important work that the HB511 Commission started that made the NHDES and NHDHHS work together to solve this problem.

• The state is currently starting a process to determine safe levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in our drinking water.

• Due to industry and other pressure, the state has proposed to enact standards similar to the EPA advisories, which are not considered stringent enough.

• States like New Jersey, Vermont, and Minnesota have enacted regulations on PFOA chemicals in drinking water to protect their citizens from these toxins.

• European and some U.S. scientists say THERE IS NO SAFE LEVEL OF THESE TOXIC CHEMICALS IN OUR WATER.

TAKE ACTION NOW - sign up for a free screening of the film!
DateTown/CityTimeLocationAddressRSVP!
April 10South Hampton6-8:00 pmJewel Vineyard183 Whitehall Rd, Amesbury, MA 01913https://bit.ly/shamptondwk
April 18Hudson6-8:00 pmRogers Memorial LIbrary194 Derry St, Hudson, NH 03051http://bit.ly/hudsondwk
April 30Plymouth6:30 8:30 PMPlymouth StateRm 103 Memorial Hall, 12 Summer Streethttp://bit.ly/nashuadwk
May 2Gilford6-8:00 pmGilford Public Library31 Potter Hill Rdhttp://bit.ly/gilforddwk
May 8Nashua6-8:00 pmNashua Public LIbrary2 Court Streethttp://bit.ly/hudsondwk
May 9Peterborough7:00 to 9pmPeterborough Town Library2 Concord Streethttp://bit.ly/peterboroughdwk
May 22Fitzwilliam6-8:00 pmFitzwilliam Town Library11 Templeton Turnpikehttp://bit.ly/fitzdwk

More screenings to come. Thank you!

New Hampshire Safe Water Alliance