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Available in the US and CANADA only.
Language: English & Spanish, with English subtitles
A Digital Site License (DSL) allows institutions to encode, host, and locally stream the licensed Content. An unlimited number of individual students and staff can access the file from the institutionís server from multiple locations simultaneously, on their own time, not in the classroom or for a group to watch as a screening. A DSL is in addition to (and does not include) traditional DVD educational classroom usage rights, nor PPR screening rights.
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3 year term, $295 one time fee. Please delete the file from you server at the expiration of the term.
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Please keep this file in a password protected folder or network, Read-Only. That way, the viewers in your local private network are not able to copy the file to their own private hard drives for personal use. This file is for institutional usage only and may not be shared nor viewed outside of your institution.
Running Time: 55 MINS
Sound Mix: Stereo
Ratio: 16x9, HD
Language: In English and Spanish Subtitles
Closed Captions: Available
Can Monsanto chemicals permanently alter your child's genes? Low-income tobacco farmers face skyrocketing cancer rates with more devastating repercussions affecting their children: severe physical deformities and mental disabilities. Choosing between poverty or poison, Latin American growers have no choice but to use harmful chemicals such as glyphosate (in Monsanto's Roundup) and Bayer's Confidor, if they want to certify and sell their crops to Big Tobacco. As patent and regulatory laws continue to favor the profits of Monsanto and chemical companies, the tobacco makes its way into the hands and mouths of consumers worldwide in Philip Morris tobacco products, while the poisons used to harvest the crops contaminate the farmers' blood and are modifying the human genome, creating genetically modified children.
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