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“The Last Mountain” featuring Maria Gunnoe (2009) screening at San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club

June 8, 2011

How far would you go to protect your home, your livelihood and your community?

Robert F Kennedy Jr. joins Goldman Prize winner Maria Gunnoe (2009) in fighting on the front lines against mountaintop removal in Gunnoe’s Appalachian community. Take an in-depth look into her struggle with the powerful new film The Last Mountain.

The Last Mountain will screen at San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club on Thursday, June 16th.

Do not miss this exciting opportunity to be part of the movement! To buy tickets to the Commonwealth Club screening, click here. For showtimes in your area visit: http://thelastmountainmovie.com/theatres/

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