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“Divide in Concord” screens at NH Film Festival Oct. 17 & 18


Learn about how Concord, MA citizens are making history again when they voted to ban the sale of single-serve bottled water in their community! Be inspired by what an 84-year old grandmother can organize with her friends! Watch the documentary “Divide in Concord” this Friday 10/17 and Saturday, 10/18 at the NH Film Festival in […] read more »

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“Divide in Concord” to screen Oct. 17 & 18 at NH Film Festival in Portsmouth, NH

“Divide in Concord” is the latest documentary about bottled water in New England. A concerned grandmother builds a community movement with friends and neighbors to ban the sale of single-serve bottled water in Concord, MA. The film will be shown four times at the New Hampshire Film Festival in Portsmouth, NH at the Moffat-Ladd House, […] read more »

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