SEPT FFE Eco-Film “Current Revolution” via Zoom

Register today to view & discuss the mini-documentaries of “Current Revolution” Tuesday, September 12 via Zoom

Join us on Tuesday, September 12 at 6:30 in the evening, as we view and discuss three mini-documentaries from the Current Revolution Series: The Transformation Cannot be Stopped, Nation in Transition, and Workforce Rising. Register today for this free opportunity!

According to the website, American Resilience Project’s new film series tackles the challenge of how the utility, auto, tech, and defense industries can help modernize the aging power grid to make it more secure and responsive to the needs of its users while enhancing environmental performance. With a focus on national security, economic prosperity, and environmental justice, the films, and campaigns will show how the nation can embrace smart policies and investments that support grid modernization through distributed renewable energy generation and the development of an electric vehicle infrastructure. We will also explore the work of the Navajo Nation in the utility supplies of the American Southwest, often to their own peril. Could renewable energy provide opportunities to build an infrastructure that provides more for all?

Scroll down to begin the Zoom registration process. Due to low registration numbers since Covid, there will be no in-person event at Tau Center in Kirkwood. Upon Zoom registration, you will receive an email response that contains a Zoom link. Please save and flag/star this email so you can find that link to log in on the evening of September 12 at 6:15 pm (the presentation begins at 6:30, but we ask everyone to log in at 6:15 in case there are difficulties). We will attempt to email reminders to Zoom registrants one day and one hour before the event that will also contain the link, but they seem to be inconsistent in delivery. When you log into Zoom, you may go into a “waiting room” — your patience is appreciated.

Franciscans For Earth (FFE) was created by the Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help to educate, advocate and collaborate on behalf of our Common Home and all its inhabitants. To learn about our free FFE Eco-Series events offered in the future, sign up to receive the Franciscan Spirit. Print editions are published twice a year; supplemental online editions and those containing pdf files of the print edition are delivered to your inbox throughout the year.