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Special Screening of the Documentary "Cooked" - Dorchester

  • Salvation Kroc Center Auditorium   160 Dudley Street Dorchester, MA 02125 (map)


There is going to be a special showing of a documentary called, "Cooked: Survival by Zip Code," a documentary film about the unequal racial impacts of extreme heat and the politics of disaster preparedness. This screening is hosted by Nancy Smith of the Boston Public Health Commission and she has reserved a certain number of seats for the Age Strong Commission.

Here is the trailer for some background on the film: https://www.harborkeepers.org/resiliency  
Please let me know if you would like to attend and I will send her your names. 

WHEN:        Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 11:30 am                                                                                                                   
WHERE:       Salvation Kroc Center Auditorium     160 Dudley Street, Dorchester, MA. 02125                       Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/jsooAEfs7TM2 Free parking lot

It is right across from the Uphams corner stop on the Fairmount Line. https://www.mbta.com/schedules/CR-Fairmount/timetable


AUDIENCE: Senior Community Stakeholders
CONTACT:  Nancy Smith · nsmtith@bphc.org

  (617) 343-6925 (o)  (617) 686-0350 (c)

Sincerely,
Andrea
Director, Age-Friendly Boston

Age Strong Commission

City of Boston | City Hall Room 271

617.635.4877(w) | www.boston.gov/agestrong