You are invited to the upcoming film screening of Generation Zapped at Sonoma State University, Stevenson Hall 1002, on Monday, April 23 at 7 PM. Generation Zapped also just won Best Directing and First Place Documentary at the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival, and Best Documentary for the DC Independent Film festival.
The film explores the health hazards of wireless technology. Considering there are 237 million cell phone users in the U.S., the introduction of driverless car and the Internet of Things, this is a timely documentary. The film investigates the links to breast and brain cancer, to association with increased infertility and genetic mutations related to autism and ADHD to newly developed illnesses such as Electromagnetic Sensitivity (EMS).
A panel will accompany the film to discuss the recent release of the California Department of Public Health recommendations for wireless devices for children and adults, and much more. This film is the first in English with Spanish subtitles.
Sponsored by Sociology Social Justice and Activism Club, Project Censored, Media Freedom Foundation, Sociology of Conspiracies Class-371, Lydia’s Kind Foods Inc., and California Brain Tumor Association (CABTA)