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Webcast Q & A with Al Gore and King Hall "Inconvenient Sequel" Film Screening

Posted By Kevin R. Johnson, Nov 2, 2017

 (guest post by UC Davis Law Professor Rick Frank)

On October 26th, King Hall and its California Environmental Law & Policy Center hosted a screening of the new climate change documentary, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power." The screening drew a standing-room-only audience consisting of members of the King Hall community, students from elsewhere on the UCD campus, state government officials and members of the general public.

The movie screening was followed by a live webcast and Q & A session with former Vice President Al Gore (use password #BeInconvenient to view).

This movie screening and webcast were due to the actions of King Hall environmental law professor Lesley McAllister, who passed away after a long illness in August. Professor McAllister worked with the producers of "An Inconvenient Sequel" before her untimely passing earlier this summer to make the movie available for broadcast at King Hall last week, along with Vice President Gore's appearance via webcast.

Al Gore live webcast