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River Of Gold – Free Documentary

River of Gold – free documentary

In honor of Earth Day 2020, the Amazon Aid Foundation, in partnership with Journeys In Film is initiating a free two-week online release of their award-winning documentary film River of Gold, accompanied by our middle and high school curriculum, and educational support materials.
At the end of the two weeks, join them in a follow-up Q+A with The Godfather of Biodiversity Dr. Thomas Lovejoy and Amazon Aid Founder Sarah DuPont

River of Gold documents the environmental degradation and deforestation of the Amazon
Rainforest through illicit and unregulated gold mining. While this may be an upsetting topic, our
goal through the film and curriculum is to provide an educational opportunity to empower and
inspire positive change to save the Amazon and world’s forests. Through Amazon Aid’s creative
and scientifically robust activities, students worldwide can engage and learn online. Teachers
can implement some or all grade-specific, common core coursework into their virtual classrooms

Here’s what you can do to get ready for our
Earth Day film release:

  • Sign up to get access to the film starting 12:00 PM EST on 4/22/20 amazonaid.org/screening
  • Access our FREE River of Gold middle and high school curriculum at https://amazonaid.org/curriculum/ or https://journeysinfilm.org/download/river-of-gold/
  • Get students excited about becoming Amazon Aid Warriors.
  • Engage your class in a musical experience by learning Amazon Aid’s Anthem for the Amazon
  • Change the world through art by becoming an Amazon Aid Artist for the Amazon
  • Send us any and all questions about ideas for class implementation and how to screen with Zoom or Google Classroom
  • to info@amazonaid.org or info@journeysinfilm.org

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