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Stamford's Avon Theatre Presents 'Food Chains' Documentary

The Avon Theatre is presenting "Food Chains" Oct. 14
The Avon Theatre is presenting "Food Chains" Oct. 14 Photo Credit: Courtesy Avon Theatre Facebook page

STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Avon Theatre,  along with Neighbors Link Stamford and Domus Kids, will present "Food Chains" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

"Food Chains" is about farm workers in the United States. Although the workers earn very little, agricultural companies rob them of their wages while earning large profits. Farm workers also may suffer from abuse and sexual harrassment.

The associate producer, Carl Banks, will answer questions after the film.

Tickets can be bought online.

Prices: Carte Blanche Members: FREE, Members: $7, Students & Seniors: $9, Non-members: $12.

The Avon Theatre Film Center is at 272 Bedford St..

NLS's purpose is to aid the integration of immigrants into the community.

DOMUS Kids serves high-risk youth in the community.

The Avon Theatre is a member-supported, nonprofit organization.

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