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Friday, June 13, 2014

Video full documentary "To Wisconsin with Love" from Paulette Moore and EMU Student Spring Project Team 2014




Watch "To Wisconsin with Love" (44 minutes) This beautiful student film is a cautionary story about how communities are affected by extractive industry. Students at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia made "To Wisconsin with Love" to link the Wisconsin Penokee Hills/Ojibwe/mine resistance fight with water poisoning, water contamination and extractive industries in West Virginia. Using the history of mining and the recent Elk River contamination in West Virginia as a reference, the film looks at the developing story of a proposed mine in the Penokee Hills of Wisconsin. The eventual 22 mile-long site would make the mine the largest open-pit iron mine in the world.

Video: Citizen Voices Matter - Bad River tribe and the Penokee Hills

Thank you to Paulette Moore and the students for sharing this film.
Eastern Mennonite University EMU Student Spring Project 2014

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