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The environmental, agricultural and moral stakes in ‘The Smell of Money’

Political Theater, Episode 281

A movie title is seen on the screen during "The Smell of Money" Los Angeles screening on Jan. 17 in Los Angeles, Calif.
A movie title is seen on the screen during "The Smell of Money" Los Angeles screening on Jan. 17 in Los Angeles, Calif. (Michael Kovac/Getty Images)

The documentary “The Smell of Money” chronicles several North Carolina families’ fight for environmental justice against pork producers whose facilities adversely affect their surrounding land. Senior CQ Roll Call writer Ellyn Ferguson discusses the film with its writer, Jamie Berger.

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