This film is presented as part of the Unite 100 Justice for All Film Series, presented by 350 Pittsburgh’s Unite 100 Campaign with the support of Sprout Fund’s 100 Days of US, in collaboration with Marcellus Protest.
Parking is available. There is a small lot very close to the church, there is on street parking, and public parking lot 2 blocks away which will be marked. All are welcome!
Named after a refinery now owned by Shell Oil, Norco, Louisiana, is home to two distinct communities – one black and one white. Though separated by mere blocks, their realities are worlds apart. A modern David and Goliath story, this movie follows the struggle of a retired teacher and the all-black Diamond Community as they pressure Shell Chemical Company to offer a fair relocation plan for the whole community.
Conversation after movie with Thaddeus Popovich, Allegheny County Clean Air Now