Join Maude Barlow and other guests to celebrate the Great Lakes – a common heritage that belongs to the Earth, other species and future generations as well as our own. Hear how we can collectively protect them from private interests and government complacency and restore more democratic control over them. Maude Barlow will be joined tonight by Thom McClenaghan, President, Friends of the Coves Subwatershed and Patrick Donnelly, Urban Watershed Program Manager City of London. If you are in London, go by the Aeolian Hall - event begins at 7PM, and a special children's choir - El Sistema London - performs at 6:30 PM EST. Can't make it in person? Watch LIVE on rabbetv.
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