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  • Oct. 26-28 2018

A River Between Us

A Riv­er Between Us tells the sto­ry of the old­est and most bit­ter­ly dis­put­ed water war in the West today. The film’s pri­ma­ry focus is the strug­gle for jus­tice on the Kla­math Riv­er, where forty years of bad blood between the local farm­ers, ranch­ers, Native Tribes, mem­bers of the Tea Par­ty, state politi­cians and fed­er­al gov­ern­ment have cre­at­ed one of this country’s worst envi­ron­men­tal crises. Most impor­tant­ly, as part of the largest restora­tion project in Amer­i­can his­to­ry, A Riv­er Between Us pro­vides the solu­tion to end­ing this gen­er­a­tions-old con­flict: in order to save a riv­er, you must first heal a peo­ple.

Run­ning time: 90 min­utes

10:00 am on Fri., Nov. 6th at the Grange
4:45 pm on Sat., Nov 7th at SJCT’s Guble­man The­ater