Women's History Month Featured Film: "The Power Of One Voice: A 50 Year Perspective On The Life Of Rachel Carson"

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Women's History Month Featured Film: "The Power Of One Voice: A 50 Year Perspective On The Life Of Rachel Carson"

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Location: Earth Theater Running time: approximately 52 minutes Free with museum admission In celebration of Women’s History Month, Carnegie Museum of Natural History will present "The Power of One Voice: A 50-Year Perspective on the Life of Rachel Carson" every Sunday in March. "The Power of One Voice: A 50-Year Perspective on the Life of Rachel Carson" is a documentary film composed largely of interviews conducted at Chatham University in 2012 during a 50th anniversary celebration of Carson’s groundbreaking book, "Silent Spring." Through the insight of featured historians, writers, and scientists, the film places the struggles and achievements of the woman widely credited with inspiring the modern environmental movement in context relevant to issues we face today.

By: Carnegie Museum of Natural History

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