Upcoming RIGHT TO HARM Screenings in Iowa
Right to Harm is a national exposé of the public health, environment, and quality of life impacts of factory farms that documents the ongoing battle that rural communities are experiencing in Iowa, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Arizona, and Delmarva. It also exposes the failure of state agencies to adequately regulate CAFOs and protect communities. Right to Harm focuses on the “human welfare” impacts of CAFOs. There are no scenes of animal abuse in the film. Watch the trailer below.
Iowa currently has over 22 million hogs in approximately 13,000 factory farms. Each of those industrial operations were built in neighborhoods of rural residents with few protections for neighbors and little ability for them to have a meaningful say in their location. Right to Harm exposes the devastating ramifications that many families in Iowa and across the United States may experience from these inadequately regulated livestock factories.
Communities screenings are now available. To request a screening, sign up here.
The following is a list of screenings around the state. Please contact IARA at email@example.com to let us know when your screening will take place and we’ll add it to this list and post on the IARA Facebook page.
Friday, September 6 at 7:00 pm, Mason City, Iowa – Iowa Independent Film Festival; at Mason City Community Theatre, 215 S. Delaware Avenue, Mason City, IA 50401. Buy tickets here. More info on the festival here.
Tuesday, September 17 at 7:00 pm, Grinnell, Iowa – Sponsored by Poweshiek CARES and Grinnell College Center for Prairie Studies at Drake Community Library, 930 Park Street, Grinnell, IA 50112. Admission is free.
Monday, October 14 at 7:00 pm, Iowa City, Iowa – Sponsored by 100 Grannies at Iowa City Public Library, 123 S. Linn Street, Iowa City.
Watch the Trailer: