Amazon Aid Foundation and the Museum of Tolerance hosted a special screening of documentary RIVER OF GOLD, a film by Amazon Aid Foundation, on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, CA.

A panel discussion moderated by Museum of Tolerance Director, Liebe Geft followed the screening, and concluded with questions from audience members. Filmmaker Sarah DuPont (co-director and producer of River of Gold), photographer Ron Haviv, and Reuben Aaronson, were joined by Daniel Lavelle, US Director of Survival International, and Justin Connolly of Human Rights Watch for spirited discussion and addressing questions from audience members. Herbie Hancock, world-renowned jazz artist and humanitarian and one of the narrators of River of Gold was in attendance.

The screening will be a part of a two-day educational workshop for California educators: Journeys In Film | River of Gold: Films for Teaching about Climate Change and Indigenous Right with Film – Oct. 21-22, 2018 hosted by Journeys In Film (JourneysinFilm.org) to launch their curriculum based on River of Gold, created in close collaboration with Amazon Aid Foundation.