The Vision of Wangari Maathai, a film by Lisa Merton and Alan Dater

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Note: If you are an NGO, community organization or individual working to address environmental sustainability, environmental justice, human rights, and grassroots empowerment in your own community outside of the U.S., you may be eligible to use the film at no charge. Learn how to TAKE ACTION and organize in your community.

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Includes:

  • 80-minute feature with closed captions
  • 53-minute broadcast version with closed captions
  • and many extras (see below)

Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai
Educational & Community Organization Use DVD

For Universities and Community Organizations ANYWHERE EXCEPT CANADA: Please go to New Day Films for sales to U.S. universities, colleges, schools, community organizations or libraries.

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For CANADIAN customers:Canadian Universities & Community Organizations: Order the film by contacting Terry Brandwein at terry@criterionpic.com or 1-800-565-1996, ext. 223.

Canadian High Schools and Public Schools: Order the film by contacting Diana Baudich at diana@criterionpic.com or 1-800-668-0749, ext. 220.

DVD Extras:

  • Conditions on the Land [1:34]
  • Wangari in the Indigenous Aberdare Forest [10:23]
  • Culture and Colonialism [7:35]
  • The Fig Tree and Praying for Rain [0:40]
  • Mau Mau [3:56]
  • The Years of Fear [5:28]
  • The Green Belt Movement
    • Programs and Goals [0:44]
    • Environmental Conservation and Tree Planting [10:34]
    • Civic and Environmental Education Workshops. (CEE) [7:06]
    • Food Security: CEE Workshop [4:14]
    • The “Hut Tax”: CEE Workshop [3:03]
    • Women for Change [8:01]
    • The Kahuro Market Story [2:48]
  • The Karura Forest Protests [6:13]
  • Wangari: The Early Years [6:10]
  • Wangari: “A Strong African Woman,” from a BBC interview [4:49]
  • Wangari: The Hummingbird Story [2:31]
  • The Nobel Peace Prize [4:41]

ISBN: 978-1-57448-237-9     www.takingrootfilm.com

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Taking Root Film

a film by
Lisa Merton and Alan Dater

Marlboro Productions

Marlboro, Vermont

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