Roots of Activism

Event Details

Join Kids Right to Know and Gen-Earth for an inspirational event, “Roots of Activism, an Afternoon of Revolutionary Film Education and Environmental Activism”. Exchange and connect with other like-minded changemakers interested in the protection of nature’s diversity, ocean acidification, deforestation, overfishing, climate change and our survival! Learn about what organizations and changemakers are doing right here in our own city with our spread of environmentally conscious organizations. Don’t miss the raffles, seed exchange and more!

We will be screening the award-winning film Revolution, followed by an engaging panel discussion with:

Rachel Parent- Founder of Kids Right to Know & food and climate change activist
Micheal Regina- Organic GMO-free farmer & environmental activist
Ryan Storm- Healthy food blogger & author
Indygo Arscott- Aspiring filmmaker & environmental activist
Jacob Kearey-Moreland- The People’s Gardener & environmental activist
Rayne Fisher Quann- Education activist
Moderated by:

Jodi koberinski- Founder of Beyond Pesticides, signatory/ambassador for Dr. Vandana Shiva’s Declaration of Seed Freedom, and the former Executive Director of the Organic Council of Ontario.
Opening Remarks by:

Sandy & Brian Stewart- Revolution Producers & Rob Stewart’s parents
In the award-winning documentary Revolution, Rob Stewart goes on an adventure filled with action and drama that will leave audiences around the world, at any age, inspired about how they can get involved in the fight to save our planet. Revolution is not just about the environment—it’s a film about hope and inspiration. It’s a call-to-action with an uplifting message that tells us it’s possible to alleviate the damage already done. It’s time for a Revolution!

Location: Centre for Social Innovation, Annex- The Garage

Details: Sunday, April 28th – 1:00pm – 5:30pm


1:00pm – 1:45pm: Welcome! Enjoy a drink and get to know like-minded changemakers and organizations making a difference here in Toronto!
1:45pm – 2:00pm: Opening remarks
2:00 – 3:30pm- Screening of Revolution
3:45pm – 4:45pm- Panel discussion
4:45pm – 5:30pm- Raffle, Seed exchange and more time to engage with panelists and organizations.
*Organic movie snacks, beer, wine, and kombucha will be on site for purchase. 100% of all event proceeds will be dedicated to the creation of an educational program for schools across the GTA, providing teachers and students with environmentally regenerative solutions to feed the world and cool the planet.

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