EHT Is Screening "MisLEAD: America's Secret Epidemic"
Childhood Lead Poisoning in America
October 23-28, 2021
You don't want to miss "MisLEAD: America's Secret Epidemic," the next film in our 2021 Jackson Hole Environmental Health Trust virtual screening series!

From October 23-28, 2021, you can watch this film on any screen from the comfort of your home or wherever you will be. You only need to register and we will send you the link. You watch for free during the screening window.

EHT will host a live Q&A with MisLEAD director Tamara Rubin on October, 28, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. MT, after the end of the screening window! We'll send you the Q&A link with the film registration!

As always, we recommend you watch with a wired ethernet connection.
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week
October 24-30, 2021
Film: "MisLEAD: America's Secret Epidemic"
Screening Window: October 23-28, 2021.
Live Q&A With Film Director Tamara Rubin: October 28, 7:00 p.m. MT
"MisLEAD: America’s Secret Epidemic" is a documentary feature film examining the crisis of childhood lead poisoning in America today. The film includes interviews with many of the top experts on the subject, who outline the disturbing history behind the genesis of this entirely preventable disease. They challenge the entrenched myths surrounding the spread of lead poisoning and ultimately reveal a picture that is squarely at odds with the official century-old industry-written (government policy-endorsed) U.S. narrative that has resulted in what many in the medical community refer to as a hidden epidemic — one that continues to visit devastation upon children, families, and the U.S. economy, irrespective of race, socio-economic background, and geography. The film also explores the compelling stories of several families of lead-poisoned children across the country, and how and why they are dealing with the effects.
About MisLEAD Director and Producer Tamara Rubin

Tamara Rubin is an internationally recognized, award-winning lead-poisoning prevention advocate and documentary filmmaker. She took on the cause of childhood lead poisoning after her own sons were poisoned by the work of a painting contractor in Portland, Oregon, in 2005. Tamara is committed to educating every parent about this wholly preventable environmental illness that causes permanent brain damage in young children yet still today costs the United States more than $50.9 billion annually! Through her advocacy work, Tamara has personally helped thousands of families create safer homes and environments for their children and continues to help families every single day.
About Environmental Health Trust

Established in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in 2007, Environmental Health Trust (EHT)
is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission to educate the public with cutting-edge research on environmental health hazards. EHT was created to promote health and prevent disease one person, one community, and one nation at a time. EHT promotes awareness of why and how to practice safe technology, educates about controllable environmental health risks, and works directly with communities, health and education professionals, and policymakers to understand and mitigate hazards and to develop policy changes to reduce risks.