Environment - Dying to be Heard

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Description

Dying to be Heard tells the story of Michigan State University professor Dr. George J. Wallace, who discovered a link between DDT and dying birds on the MSU campus. His work was highlighted in Rachel Carsons book Silent Spring, which helped launch the modern environmental movement. The Emmy award winning film, produced by instructor, Lou DAria and his students in MSUs Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, is based on MSU professor Jim Detjens editorial Breaking the Silence that first appeared in the fall 2005 issue of student produced EJ Magazine. It was broadcast by all six PBS stations in Michigan and continues to be aired.