For Earth Month 2019, we are hosting FREE screening of Paris to Pittsburgh in cities across the United States. The new film celebrates how Americans of all walks of life are demanding and developing real solutions to climate change. Join Hip Hop Caucus Leadership Committees and Think 100% to discover and discuss what is at stake for our communities, inspiring ways people are leading, and how we can take action together.
Each screening will have food and drink, RSVP for a screening in your city listed below. If the screening is not open to the public, you can contact the host if you want to get involved. Get inspired to create change in your own community!
|April 4||Orlando, FL||Find Out More|
|April 16||New York City (Harlem), NY||Find Out More|
|April 17||Charlotte, NC||Find Out More|
|April 17||Norfolk, VA||Find Out More|
|April 19||Detroit, MI||Find Out More|
|April 22||New Orleans, LA||Find Out More|
|April 22||Los Angeles, CA||Find Out More|
|April 22||Boston, MA||Find Out More|
|April 22||Washington D.C.||Find Out More|
|April 25||Miami, FL||Find Out More|
“Americans are determined to uphold our end of the Paris Climate Agreement, with or without Washington’s help. Paris to Pittsburgh shows how disconnected Washington is from the American people on climate change, and how communities across the country are taking action to confront the severe health and economic threats it poses.” -Michael R. Bloomberg, environmentalist, founder of Bloomberg Philanthropies and Mayor of New York City 2002 – 2013
Paris to Pittsburgh is a film from National Geographic, produced by RadicalMedia in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies — narrated by Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actress and activist Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”)