Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty FREE Film Screening
Earth Island Institute and the David Brower Center invite you to the Berkeley premiere of the film Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty.
This film captures the inspiring story of former Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall (1920-2010) and his legacy as an advocate of racial and environmental justice, international diplomacy, the arts and culture, and, most of all, the protection of our shared environment and its magnificent natural beauty. The story highlights the bi-partisan nature of Udall’s efforts and calls on us to move beyond the polarization of our time and work together to protect our shared natural heritage.
Under Udall’s watch, more units were added to our national park system than under any other Interior secretary in history. They include Redwood National Park and our nearby Point Reyes National Seashore.
The 78-minute film will be followed by brief remarks by film director John de Graaf, Stewart Udall’s son Denis, and David Brower’s son Ken (both appear in the film), along with an opportunity for questions and comments.
Please join us on Tuesday, February 14, for this celebration of Stewart Udall’s remarkable life and service. Yes, we know it’s Valentine’s Day, so bring yourself or someone special!
View the two-minute film trailer here, and for more information, please visit the website here.