This documentary gives a voice to the science-minded moms - the women who are too often drowned out by the fear mongers, the shamers, and the CelebMoms. Through interviews with "science moms" who are on the front lines of this struggle, it will dissect the bogus claims of these celebrities one by one and explain in simple language what the science really shows about GMOs, vaccines, homeopathy, and any of these topics that are often in the headlines, yet even more often are misunderstood. After the screening, director Natalie Newell will talk about the film and host a Q&A.
"We can’t change everyone’s minds, but we can make our voices heard. One mom at a time."
View the Science Moms trailer here!
Learn more about the film here at its website!
About our Guest:
Natalie Newell is the director and producer of Science Moms, as well as one of the hosts of The Science Enthusiast Podcast. Natalie holds an MEd., and worked for a decade in the field of Montessori education before choosing to become a stay-at-home parent, and pursue her interests in science and secular activism.
Childcare will again be available at this event on a very limited basis. Click here to reserve a spot.
(You must be a member of or join the LVH Families Meetup group, which we established to protect our children's privacy.)
Timeline for this event:
10:30 a.m. - coffee and conversation
11 a.m. - announcements, film, and discussion led by Natalie
12:30 p.m. - lunch at The Hamilton Kitchen & Bar for those who wish to join us
The Community Parking Deck (6th & Walnut) is a few feet from this event and accessible from Walnut Street. Street parking is available, but limited; meters are not enforced on Sundays. Click here for more information.
522 W Maple St
Allentown, PA 18101
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