Family Research Council Hosts Premiere of 'The Demographic Bomb: Demography is Destiny' -- Demographic Winter, Part II
Contact: Don Feder, 508-405-1337, firstname.lastname@example.org
WASHINGTON, June 15 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Family Research Council, America's most respected pro-family think tank, will host the premiere of Demographic Winter Part II ("The Demographic Bomb: Demography Is Destiny") on Wednesday, June 17, 11 a.m. at its headquarters -- 801 "G" Street, NW, Washington, DC, in the Media Room.
Released in 2008, "Demographic Winter: the decline of the human family" was the first documentary to address the global crisis of rapidly falling birth rates and what it will mean for humanity in this century. (Worldwide, since 1979, birth rates have dropped by more than 50%.)
The sequel, "The Demographic Bomb," examines the contribution of the international population-control movement, the neo-Malthusians, to this disaster-in-the-making.
It also considers how the aging of the Baby-Boom generation, which depressed consumer spending and led to a slump in the housing market, contributed to the current recession.
Among those interviewed in Part II is Paul Ehrlich, author of the 1968 book "The Population Bomb," which gave credence to the myth of over-population and launched the modern population-control movement, which in turn has led to heart-wrenching scenarios from Peru to China.
Others interviewed include Matthew Connelly, Associate Professor of International and Global History at Columbia University and author of "Fatal Misconception: The Struggle to Control World Population," Nobel Laureate Gary S. Becker of the University of Chicago, Hania Zlotnik and Joseph Schamie, current and former heads of the United Nations Population Division, Allan Carlson, International Secretary of the World Congress of Families and economist Harry S. Dent, Jr., author of "The Great Depression Ahead."
For more information on "The Demographic Bomb: Demography Is Destiny," or to arrange an interview with a spokesman for the documentary, contact Don Feder at 508-405-1337 or email@example.com.
To RSVP for the Family Research Council screening, call 800-225-4008 or online at www.frc.org.