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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Food Inc

Simply put, everyone in America should see this movie.

6 comments:

Megha Chhatbar said...

Gr job!

Megha
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fusion said...

Thanks for post. It’s really imformative stuff.
I really like to read.Hope to learn a lot and have a nice experience here! my best regards guys!
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keirstin said...

I am really diggin the opening credits. very creative.

but on this subject, check out Tapped if you havn't already. Incredible.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72MCumz5lq4

keirstin said...

I am really diggin the opening credits. very creative.

but on this subject, check out Tapped if you havn't already. Incredible.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72MCumz5lq4

Jessica said...

Solutions. When showing something like this, people need potential solutions and concrete ways to address the problems . . . names and addresses of people who we need to contact, what products are safe to buy and which when we don't buy them are most going to hurt these mega-corps. Just showing something like this does nothing but raise anxiety and does absolutley nothing to solve the rpoblem, infact only enlarges it. We must learn to develop and attach solutions to every complaint!!! That is the productive way to induce healthy change.

Dave said...

Jessica,
I couldn't agree more, but i think the first step is to educate people. My guess is that most of this is not news to you, but for the majority out there, it is. The Food inc sight has a lot of great resources and the film itself speaks to ways to fix this problem.