Thank you to everyone who joined us in our free screening of IntoDust and our expert panel discussion on 11/3/2021 in collaboration with the Jackson School’s South Asia Center.
For those who missed the screening or would like to view it again, it is currently streaming on Amazon Prime. Below are some additional resources to help further your understanding of these issues and turn what you learned into action.
Did something awesome in response to the screening or found other helpful resources? We’d love to hear from you! Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you at a future screening event!
“The amount of moisture on Earth has not changed. The water the dinosaurs drank millions of years ago is the same water that falls as rain today.” (Source: National Geographic, April 2010)
How did this film make you feel about your own relationship to water?
What are the issues around water and access to water in your community or country?
How does climate change show up in your community? What is its impact on your local water supply? (E.g., is your community affected by drought or flooding? If so, how does this shape water usage?)
Do you think gender, racial, and/or socioeconomic background of a community affects water and water availability? If so, how? If not, what, if anything, do you think affects equitable water availability in your community?
What are the disparities in water access across lines of difference? Has water scarcity contributed to the commodification of water in your area? How?