Nationwide “Age of Consequences” Screenings Underway

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Truman National Security Project chapters nationwide have begun screening the Age of Consequences, a documentary made to raise awareness about the national security implications of climate change in the coming century. On January 25th, the Truman communities in Boston and San Diego came together to see this important film, and the screenings will continue over the next few weeks in Seattle, Atlanta, Austin, and Dallas. These events provide a space for the Truman and Operation Free communities to gather and exchange ideas in the pursuit of a shared goal: viewing climate change and energy security as national security priorities. Check out some pictures from the events below along with dates and locations of upcoming screenings, and be sure to follow along with @OperationFree and @AoConsequences with #TruConsequences!

 

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Truman Political Partner Sonia Van Meter introduces “The Age of Consequences” at the Austin Screening. (Source: Twitter)
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Truman National Security Project President and CEO Michael Breen talks climate change with Clean Capital at an Age of Consequences screening in New York City. (Source: Twitter)
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Chris Bast opens the Seattle screening at the University of Washington. (Source: Twitter)

Upcoming Screenings:

Feb 1:Texas Chapter of Truman National Security Project will screen The Age of Consequences, 6PM CT (Invitation only)

Feb 2: Chicago Chapter of Truman National Security Project will screen The Age of Consequences, 6PM CT (Invitation only)

Feb 3: D.C. Chapter of Truman National Security Project will screen The Age of Consequences, 6PM EST (Open to the public – register here!)

Feb 9: Philadelphia Chapter of Truman National Security Project will screen The Age of Consequences, 6:30PM EST (Invitation only)

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