Carl Stafford of My Region Wins! speaks on the film “Cooked: Survival By Zip Code”

This film examines the 1995 Chicago record breaking heat wave that resulted in over 700 deaths. The film focuses on the people most affected by natural disasters and the politics involved. This film screening is hosted by Carl Stafford of My Region Wins! who will also share a call to action to attendees at Kansas City  Public Library Lucile H. Bluford Branch, Wednesday, May 8th, 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm. RSVP suggested.

Carl A. Stafford

Carl A. Stafford is a local artist (graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute) founded a non profit organization whose name is a rallying cry: MY REGION WINS!  Carl envisions his region, Kansas City, as a cultural epicenter that empowers creativity that demonstrates and displays environmental best practices. Since its inception in April of 2014, My Region Wins! (MRW!), has dedicated itself to empowering Kansas City neighborhoods with self-sufficiency, natural stewardship, and grassroots pushes for socio-economic change.  The MRW! mission is to transcend everyday challenges by using the Arts to nurture creative and underdeveloped ideas that shape society. The MRW! vision is to create a larger influence of the Arts and nature.  MRW! programs and projects address environmental and social injustices and issues.

host/producer/engineer:  Donna Morrow Wolfe

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