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'High Power' Cancelled

Please help spread the word. The film showing of "High Power" tonight is cancelled as the film maker is stranded up north. It was scheduled for 7pm at the Brattleboro Food Coop Community Room.

We are disappointed, but there is another opportunity to hear Pradeep Indulkar and see the film, High Power.  Consider going to see him and the film this Friday, Feb. 7th  at
7:00pm, Frances Crowe Community Room, Media Education Foundation, 60 Masonic Street in Northampton, Mass.  Please read event details here.

The half hour documentary won the "Yellow Oscar" at the 2013 Uranium Film Festival in Brazil. Mr. Indalkur is a nuclear engineer who became an environmentalist. He will speak after the film about the passionate anti-nuclear movement in India, and about a trade agreement in the works between the US and India to support the sale of 6 Westinghouse reactors to India. The agreement will require that India accept liability in case of a nuclear accident, a tragic undermining of the post-Bhopal Indian law that placed liability on the shoulders of the industry selling the equipment. 

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