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Thurs., March 22, 2012 , 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theatre, 712 S. First St., Mount Vernon, Washington

Skagit Human Rights Festival – Whose Valley is it Anyway?

Defending Water

In the spirit of assembly and free speech, Sandra Spargo of Defending Water in the Skagit River Basin will present the film TAPPED and relate the film to the contract that the City of Anacortes signed with Tethys Enterprises to build a one million square foot bottled water/beverage plant. The plant will be entitled up to five million gallons of Skagit River water per day. TAPPED examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on pollution, health and oil reliance. Water is a human right and should not be bottled and sold as a commodity to the highest bidder, like any other article of commerce. Presentation sponsors are The Alliance for Democracy, the Concrete Herald and Defending Water in the Skagit River Basin.

Listen to KSVR Radio’s interview of Kay O’Connell and Sandra Spargo about this March 22 event at http://home.wavecable.com/~ladybug330@wavecable.com/. Interview length is 13 minutes, followed by an interview regarding Labor, the last Human Rights Festival event on Thurs., March 29, 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theatre.

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