A Number Of Leading Environmental Organizations Filed A Legal Notice With The Environmental Protection Agency Wednesday Demanding That The Agency Stop What They Say Is Improper Disposal Of Drilling And Fracking Waste By Oil And Gas Companies.
Are you concerned about the fluoride being added to your water? If you aren't, the chemical is doing its job! Denver can inspire many others to TAKE ACTION! We will make this a routine until we succeed!
Join us and voice your concerns at the Denver Water Board Meeting on the second Wednesday of every month at 9am. 1600 W. 12th Avenue Denver, CO. Let's pack this board room every month!
"The Denver Water Board generally meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise specified. The first Board meeting of each month will be for approval of businessrelated items. Usually, the second Board meeting of each month will be a study session.
The public is welcome to attend both the first and second Board meeting; however, the agenda for the study session (second meeting of the month) usually does not include a public comment period." http://www.denverwater.org/AboutUs/PublicWaterBoardMeetings/
This event page will remind people about the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays where people can make public comment and put pressure (nonviolently and with love of course) on the Board members to stop adding sodium silicofluoride, a known neurotoxin that decreases IQ, among many other harmful side effects including cancer.
"In the March 2014 journal Lancet Neurology, the highly prevalent chemical was reclassified as a developmental neurotoxin by medical authorities.
The authors, Dr. Philippe Grandjean of the Harvard School of Public Health and Dr. Philip Landrigan of the Icahn School of Medicine write, “A metaanalysis of 27 crosssectional studies of children exposed to fluoride in drinking water, mainly from China, suggests an average IQ decrement of about seven points in children exposed to raised fluoride concentrations.”
Check out the videos from the last times We Are Change Colorado attended the Denver Water Board Meetings:
Watch and share The Great Culling: Our Water
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