Justice Ministry Film Night Friday, April 14, 7pm Zoom


Today, humanity’ s demand for resources vastly exceeds nature’ s ability to supply them. Food, water, climate and extinction emergencies are unfolding before our eyes. 8 B I LL ION ANGELS tells the truth about the conflict between the size of our global population and the sustainability of our planet. It dispels the misperceptions that technology can save us, that reducing consumption is the only answer, and that the blame lies solely in the developing world.  Using breathtaking cinematography and startling emotion, the film takes the viewer on an immersive and emotional journey into the lives of farmers, fisherman, and others as they witness an unfolding global crisis and inspires real solutions toward lasting sustainability and a better quality of l i fe for al l Earth’ inhabitants.

Note: This film will be shown on Zoom only.   If you wish to view the film, request a link from Charlie Wussow at mnpopi@icloud.com.

There will be a guided discussion after the screening of the film

     Trailer   https://vimeo.com/showcase/8286916/video/531718043       runtime:  58 minutes

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Asheville, One Edwin Place, Asheville, NC 28801
There is no charge for viewing the film