February 13, 2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hear from a delegation from Amnesty International to the Twin Ports area on February 13th. The delegation will share their experience in British Columbia in the wake of the Mt. Polley copper mining catastrophe, where downstream communities were forever altered following the release of 24 million cubic meters of toxic slurry after a tailings dam was breached.
The delegation will include Tara Scurr (Business and Human Rights Campaigner with Amnesty International Canada), Doug Watt (member of Likely District Chamber of Commerce and a directly-affected community member), and Jennie Green (Co-Chair of the Business and Human Rights Group and Amnesty International USA). Dinner will be served at 6, with the panel presentation beginning shortly thereafter. This is event is free and open to the public. Contributions are accepted. Organized by Duluth for Clean Water.
Venue: Duluth Folk School Main Hall
Located on street level. Handicapped accessible.