Duquesne Groups Sponsor Film on Sustainability
A movie on sustainability that is being shown on Wednesday, April 7, as part of an international film festival at Carnegie Mellon University is being sponsored by groups from Duquesne University.The Pittsburgh premiere of The Garden, which is part of the Faces of Globalization series, is sponsored by the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, the Center for Environmental Research and Education, the MBA-Sustainability, the School of Law, the School of Leadership and Professional Advancement, the McAnulty College and the Department of Sociology at Duquesne.
This documentary by Scott Hamilton Kennedy follows the fight to save the largest community garden in Los Angeles. Kennedy will appear at the screenings, which are scheduled at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7, at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater and on Thursday, April 8, at Carlow University’s A.J. Palumbo Hall.
Admission is $7, $4 for students.
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