Raw footage (the long version) of our May 19th March Against Fracking (speeches towards the middle of the video):
NC Fracking Foes March in Raleigh (<—- Click to see Channel 5video)
Leukemia, breast cancer, brain tumors: 3 more reasons to consider stopping fracking with civil disobedience and direct action:
Gasland Screening Tonight
The non- profit Food and Water Watch is hosting a showing of the award
winning film “GASLAND” at the Depot in Hillsborough on Sunday, May 20th at
7pm. GASLAND exposes the environmental and public health effects of the
controversial new method of drilling for natural gas known as “fracking”.
Following the film will be a short information session on possible
fracking in North Carolina and ways that you can take action.
The Depot in Hillsborough 246 South Nash Street
UNC Seminar on Health Affects
SPEAKER: Trevor M. Penning, Ph.D. WHEN: Wednesday 23 May, 2012; 1:30 PM WHERE: Rosenau Auditorium (Room 133)
The UNC-CH Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility is pleased to announce the Seminar “Hydrofracking: Public Health Issues and Impacts”, to be presented by Trevor M. Penning, Ph.D. Dr. Penning is The Thelma Brown and Henry Charles Molinoff Professor of Pharmacology, Professor of Biochemistry& Biophysics and OB/GYN, and Director of the Center of Excellence in Environmental Toxicology at the University of Pennsylvania. His research is related to how polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) cause cancer in humans. Access to the live webcast of the seminar will be available on the UNC CEHS website. of Fracking