“The Devil We Know” Film Showing at Eaton DC Hotel, January 9, 2020, 6 p.m.

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Please join us for a screening of “The Devil We Know” and a discussion of the health risks associated with a group of toxic chemicals now being found in the Potomac River and other watersheds across the U.S. This powerful full-length film unravels one of the biggest environmental scandals of our time as it tells the story of a group of citizens in West Virginia who take on a powerful corporation. The citizens discovered that DuPont Chemical had been dumping a toxic chemical used to manufacture Teflon — now found in the blood of 99.7% of Americans – into the drinking water supply.

And after the showing, please join Brent Walls and Phillip Musegaas from our staff to learn about our work in the Potomac watershed on the group of toxic chemicals found in Teflon.

We are grateful to our friends at Eaton DC for their support of our work at the Potomac Riverkeeper Network. Sign up and join us for what will be informative and fun. And we are also grateful to the folks at American Conservation Film Festival, who are our co-hosts for this event.