UNBREATHABLE

THE FIGHT FOR HEALTHY AIR

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"A powerful and important film about one of modern America's most consequential laws."

Beth Gardiner, author, Choked

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EVENTS

Unbreathable: The Fight for Healthy Air is now available for streaming on Kanopy!

With a 30-minute runtime, Unbreathable is an excellent catalyst for discussion on key environmental issues. Incorporate this film into your classroom today and have your students watch through Kanopy, link below:

Film screening and panel discussion on Martin

Luther King day

Join the Columbia Jewish Congregation and partners for a panel discussion about access to clean air in the Chesapeake. Panel includes Willie Flowers, Rebecca Rehr, Chesahna Kindred and is moderated by Bonnie Sorak.

You are invited to join Interfaith Power & Light on January 19, 2021

The right to clean air is an environmental justice issue, affecting communities of color and low-income communities at much higher rates. Justice calls people of faith to work in solidarity with these communities to create a world where all can thrive.

 
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ABOUT

Unbreathable: The Fight for Healthy Air is a timely, powerful look at fifty years of the Clean Air Act and the challenges we still face to ensure healthy air for everyone. Weaving historical milestones with current day stories of environmental injustice, the film is an excellent tool for educational and community engagement.  

This 30-minute film premieres at a critical time. Asthma is the number one health issue for children, and recent research links air pollution to higher cases and deaths from COVID-19. Environmental regulations and enforcement of existing laws are being stripped away when the need for renewable energy is more urgent than ever.

Directed and executive produced by award-winning filmmaker Maggie Burnette Stogner and produced by Elizabeth Joy Herzfeldt-Kamprath, Unbreathable was made with support from the American Lung Association, AU’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking, AU’s Center for Environmental Policy, and the Hanley Foundation. Tax-deductible fiscal sponsor: American University.

Informative and inspiring, the film is an excellent catalyst for engagement and action designed to reach a wide range of audiences.

 
 

RESOURCES

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Webinars & Panel Recordings
 

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CONTACT

To Host a Screening

Visit our New Day Films page to learn more about licensing the film for educational screenings, community screenings or corporate screenings. 

Contact Us

Healthy Air Activist Toolkit

Through its Stand Up For Clean Air initiative, American Lung Association drives science-based conversations around health impacts of climate change and air pollution to encourage action. Sign up today to host a private screening of Unbreathable in your community. 

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