|Information: ||Face to Face: Community Conversations
A community discussion program that encourages dialogue on matters of individual choice and public responsibility.
Rescuing the River is a documentary film exploring the history of industrial activity, political activism, and legal action surrounding the cleanup of contaminated sites along New Jersey’s Raritan River, raising questions of legal and moral culpability.
Moderated by Neil Maher, Associate Professor of History, Federated Department of History, NJIT-Rutgers
Thursday, May 3
7:00 pm at Main Library
Sponsored by Maplewood Library, Maplewood Environmental Committee and Maplewood is Green.